I had hoped my first post to the list wouldn't be a desperate plea for help. Oh well. Short winded plea: I have a similar question as: http://p2p.wrox.com/archive/proasp_howto/2001-02/16.asp Help?! If I can't answer this by tomorrow evening, I'm toast on Wens. morning. (Ok, I'll be toast anyway, but I don't want my roasting to be warranted.) Long winded plea: Background: I'm stuck developing a web based performance evaluation form using ASP(vbscript) with an Access backend. Once the supervisor and employee enter their comments in, I need to have an Access snapshot dynamically generated and displayed within an ActiveX control. I proven all the pieces work together finally! Now all I have to do is add in some more data fields and polish the navigation bits. Problem: The report I'm generating now prints all employee evaluations in concatenated order. Instead of each employee seeing only their evaluation, they see *every* employee's evaluation. This is bad. When using Access alone, I can use a pop-up window to enter the employee name for a filter. How the frell do I filter a report dynamically when creating an Access snapshot through ASP? (If I knew how to generate this report without a filter, I'd have done it weeks ago.) I owe tips big time for this. All I can think of now is how to lose your new boyfriend over city parking ettiquette and how to build an evil IT empire inside a government organization.