From: richard on 06/19/2002
: It is possible that you have a subreport in your main report. This is what Microsoft recommends in KBA Q180458 (support.microsoft.com):
: 1)In the Database window, right-click the form, and then click Save As Report on the menu that appears.
: 2)In the Save Form As Report dialog box, type a name for the report, and then click OK.
: 3)Open the main report in Design view.
: 4)Right-click the control that contains the datasheet form, and then click Properties.
: 5)Click the Data tab and change the source object from Form. to Report., where is the name of the datasheet form and is the name of the report you saved in step 2.
: 6)export to rtf
: Let me know if this is not the case.
Thanks I will try the above...However..
I took your initial advice and upgraded to office2000
unfortunately I am now unable to link to my ODBC dbase as 2000 doesn't read a decimal place with more than 2 spaces!
It comes up with an error message the decimal feild's precision is too small to accept the numeric you attempted to add". MS website suggested jet4 s pack6 but that hasn't worked..
Have you any more thoughts?