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

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Using the Report Command

Access 2010 includes a quick create Report command that makes it easy for you to quickly create quality reports. Similar to the quick create form commands, the Report command is a one-step process—you’re not presented with any options or dialog boxes; Access simply creates a generic report with one click. You can use either a table or query as the base for the report. We’ll create two quick reports to illustrate this process using the ContactsDataCopy.accdb sample database.

Open ContactsDataCopy.accdb, click the Navigation Pane menu, click Object Type under Navigate To Category, and then click Queries under Filter By Group to display a list of queries available in this database. The qryContacts query includes all the fields ...

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