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Absolute Beginner’s Guide to Microsoft® Office 2003 by Jim Boyce

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Chapter 29. From Table to Printer: Reports!

In this chapter

  • Understanding Access reports

  • Creating and viewing reports

  • Modifying reports

  • Grouping and sorting in a report

  • Using calculations in a report

  • Printing reports

It seems like we have been chasing a paperless office for decades. We have made a lot of progress, but paper reports are still a fact of business life. It’s a safe bet that at some point, you will need to print reports from Microsoft Access.

This chapter explains not only how to create reports in Access, but also just what an Access report is. Understanding what reports are will help you more effectively control and generate them.

What Is an Access Report?

If you have read Chapter 27, “Database Basics,” and Chapter 28, “Beyond the Basics,” ...

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