Pastor K wrote:It would happen when it was loading the report for viewing. There was an error message, and the program closed, and sent a notification to Microsoft. I did not look at the details of the message. I did select to print statements with no contributions.
Some additional info would help:
1. How much RAM do you have in the computer ??
2. What else is running at the same time, if anything ??
3. All you're trying to do is view the report, not print it, correct ??
4. Have you tried running regular statements, with no filtering for <i>zero contributions</i> ??