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    Simon commented  · 

    Hi, I have only come to this forum new,
    But if you contactenate the values into a string prior to reaching the crosstab query,
    within a field within a previous query, or within the tables themselves,
    then the First or Last Value will have your concatenated values in the table.

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    Simon commented  · 

    As per business development,
    we now have hit into 2 access limitations to design this report:.

    1- Maximum 22 inch width for a crosstab query results displayed in form.
    2- Repeating ITEMS when placed in a continuous form in the detail area of a crosstab query, that uses fixed headings

    Look at the very last page of this development
    https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/msoffice/forum/msoffice_access-mso_win10-mso_365hp/continuous-form-with-a-header-to-be-fixed-such-as/de76ba18-f6fa-4a04-88c9-186c7cb4493c?messageId=94aa798c-1c91-40e8-b0e0-4c756bf119bb

    Hopefully Microsoft can view these as legitimate business needs.

    Thank you.

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