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Solved! Yey!

Thanks to Drew's reportrunner extension, I succeeded in getting a macro to
run one specific report from a button on my forms. I edited the macro so it
would accept assigned values for DBName and aReport, then made copies of
Main () on mdlExecReport to create one for each report, which makes a
Main_Allergy () (or Main_Conditions ()...etc) selectable as a macro.

View my screenshots: 

I needed to change the dialog a little - my application audience will mostly
be seniors - some over 90 - so it had to have the least amount of confusing

Thank you so much, Drew! Thanks, too, to Tom and Fernand and Dan for helping


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