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Susan Williams 
I have 2 tables, IndividualT and ThemesT.  One individual has 5 unique themes. Some themes are "owned" by multiple individuals. I've set up a JuntionTable (IndividualXThemeT) and can replicate the forms shown in the Many-to-Many video. It's awesome.

Each Theme has a number of characteristics (description, value, frequency,....) These are all stored in the Theme table.

I need to create a Report for each Individual that displays EACH of their 5 themes AND the characteristics of each theme. (image below)

It seems like I would need 5 relationships, but that also seems clunky.  If I do need 5, how would I set that up, since each one is related the same (ThemeID).

Happy to add other images or files--thanks!  I learn a ton from this content and group!!

Susan

PS--sorry if this should be on a different topic
Susan Williams

Kevin Yip
If your picture is what you want your report to look like, it may be difficult, even with crosstab query.  You may consider a simpler layout, such as below, which doesn't require any extra work.  A simple query such as "SELECT ThemeID, Description, Value, ... WHERE IndividualID = n" can do it:

ThemeID   Description   Value   Frequency
1         Data          Data    Data
2         Data          Data    Data
3         Data          Data    Data
4         Data          Data    Data
5         Data          Data    Data

Susan Williams
Thanks, Kevin.  Never dawned on me to go the other direction! Is it possible to turn a label 90 degrees, so it reads up instead of across?  I don't see anything under Format or Arrange, but I'm pretty new to the program...maybe there's a trick :-)
Kevin Yip
The "Vertical" property on the property sheet lets you rotate 90 degrees clockwise, but not 90 degrees counterclockwise, which is what I and most people would prefer.  This is not like in Excel where you can rotate text any way you want in "Format Cells."
Susan Williams
thanks. Yeah, clockwise seems counterintuitive. But better than nothing I guess.  Thanks again for your help.

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