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Report.PrintCount Property (Access)

You can use the PrintCount property to identify the number of times the OnPrint property has been evaluated for the current section of a report. Read/write Integer.

expression .PrintCount

expression A variable that represents a Report object.

You can use this property only in a macro or an event procedure specified by a section's OnPrint property setting.

Microsoft Access increments the PrintCount property each time the OnPrint property setting is evaluated for the current section. As the next section is printed, Microsoft Access resets the PrintCount property to 0.

This property isn't available in report Design view.

The PrintCount property is incremented, for example, when the KeepTogether property is set to No for the current section and the section is printed on more than one page. If you print a report containing order information, you might keep a running total of the order amounts.

The following example shows how you can use the PrintCount property to make sure the value in the OrderAmount control is added only once to the running total.

RunningTotal can be a public variable or the name of an unbound control that is incremented each time a section is printed.

Private Sub Detail_Format(Cancel As Integer, FormatCount As Integer) 
 If PrintCount = 1 Then 
 RunningTotal = RunningTotal + OrderAmount 
 End If 
End Sub
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