Use the Verify Database command to make certain your report prints with the current version of the active database and resets its record buffers to the current record size.
- With the report active in the Design Tab, choose the Verify Database command from the Database menu.
- A message box appears, asking whether you want to verify all the files in the report including those that are not being used.
- Click Yes to verify all the files in the report, used or unused.
- Click No to verify only those files used in the report.
- Another message box appears:
- If the underlying database is unchanged, you will get the following message:
Database is up to date.
- Click OK to return to the Design Tab.
- If the underlying database has changed, you will get the following message:
The database file ([filename]) has changed. Proceed to fix up the report?
- If you click Yes, the program revises the report to the current version of the database.
- If you click No, the program attempts to print the report without first adapting it to the current version of the database.
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