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Problem in creating report

Respected sir/mam,

'm developing a project in visual basic 6.0 and 'm using ms access as back end. i need to create report for my forms but i dont know how to create it.
please kindly give me the exact way for creating reports in visual basic 6.0 projects in step by step.

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  • Anonymous Feb 01, 2009

    while to develop a report we'll use to choose from the menu project->add data environment->properties->....



    but in my visual basic 6.0 software the data environment menu is not there. i dont know how to create a report without using that... please give me the solution.....



    thank you,

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Crystal Reports comes bundles with VB6 and is a good choice fro reports. Regards -- Joe

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