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Good Day Jschell

Thank you for your reply. i will like to reserve my harsh comment for the other reply that i received after you , but i will politely reply to your question.

Who has told you that they are going to read this?

This is a book called the valuation roll , everyone comes and read this book because it tells a person how much they are going to pay in taxes ,for sure more than a million people are going to read the book.


Have you suggested to them what 6000 pages represents? Perhaps if you put a box (10 x 500 packages) on their desk and ask them what they planned to do with that then you might start a conversation that would lead to reports that are actually useful.


I have now decided to split it to 30000 to be on the safe side and created temp tables with the data sequential and its fine now thanks , what i learned is that Access Report will never output more than "32767", so basically in a Page you would have 10 records and if you take 590 000 and Divide by 10 it gives more 30000 Pages, so that is when i realized where and how to fix the problem.

Your reply was still going to point me to the direction of Splitting the data.

Thanks
Vuyiswa Maseko,

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