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I'm using jet reports with excel 2003, All I want to do is use two different tables- one with a customer ID and another that has the customer id and customer name. I want to link the two together so that it brings back the associated customer name with the id. I'm sure this is quite simple, i'm just very new to jet reporting and creating reports in excel.

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  • klane150 Jul 28, 2009

    There is a report wizard in which you can pull in a single table and create a report from just the one table. However, I need info. from another table. Both tablees have a common field (the customer ID). In the past I've used Access and I could easily link the two fields together and create my report using data from both tables. However with jet reports I have to use excel and I can't figure out how to create that link between the two common fields in each table. I hope that makes some sense.

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    Mohd. Tareq May 11, 2010

    if you have any idea about excel formula like [=IF(ISERROR(VLOOKUP($F6,STOCK_POSITION!$A:$I,2,FALSE)),0,VLOOKUP($F6,STOCK_POSITION!$A:$I,2,FALSE))] or =if(----$A1$2=0,0,A5) etc. you can do it easily....If you want to build relation between two or more excel sheets...please let me know....I will try to help you...or make a module sheet... and clarify.

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    Mohd. Tareq May 11, 2010

    Do you have any Idea about the Excel Formulla and the Pivot table.

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Hi.. U can try vlookup formula for linking in excel.. if u dont know how to do it.. Replay on same i'll say u how to do it bye...

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