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Old 09-03-2019, 07:58 AM   #31
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Re: Creating a Report from Two Tables

Hi, I figured that part out, got 44 records, which is perfect. I think what I would like to do is use the report I have and use the index's to narrow down the records so the subreport is only the Timed vales and X values for the indexes >210 < 338 in the Weekly_StartTime_Challenges and >323 < 338 in the Weekly_Challenges table. I really like having the RiseTime, BedTime and all the meals separate, and the Basic Action and Measured and Logged Actions sperate as well. Wow, almost there. I might actually make it for the meeting.

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