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Microsoft® Access® 2010 Inside Out by Jeff Conrad and John Viescas

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Printing Reports

Earlier in this chapter, you learned the basics of viewing a report in Print Preview and in Report view. Here are a few more tips and details about setting up reports for printing.

Print Setup

Before you print a report, you might first want to check its appearance and then change the printer setup. Open the ContactsDataCopy database, right-click the rptContacts report (which you looked at earlier) in the Navigation pane, and click the Print Preview command on the shortcut menu to see the report. After Access shows you the report, click the arrow under the Zoom button in the Zoom group on the Print Preview contextual tab, and then size the window to see the full-page view by clicking Fit To Window. Click the Two Pages button in the ...

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