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I am working on a database
I have created a form with some controls on it
I use these controls (Buttons) to open report with specific record , and it is working fine on the form
but when I put this form on Navigation form , the Button is not opening the report and giving me ENTER PARAMETER VALUE to open the report.
I am using the following code on Navigation form:
[Forms]![Navigation Form]![NavigationSubform]![Main Query1]![Job No]=[INVOICE]![JOB] And [INVOICE]![AMOUNT]>0

and and before on the regular form my code was:
[Forms]![Main Query1]![Job No]=[INVOICE]![JOB] And [INVOICE]![AMOUNT]>0
and it was working fine
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