A report is an effective way to present your data
in a printed format. Because you have control over the size and appearance of
everything on a report, you can display the information the way you want to see
Create a Report using the Wizard
As with the Form, it is a very good idea to create
a report using the wizard, unless you are an advanced user. Microsoft Access
does a very good job using the wizard to create reports.
Switch to the Database Window. You can do this by pressing F11 on the
Click on the Reports button under Objects on the left side
Double click on Create Report Using Wizard
On the next screen select the fields you want to view on your form. Most
of the time you would select all of them.
Select if you would like to group your files. Keep repeating this step
for as many groupings as you would like.
Select the layout and the paper orientation you desire
Select the style you desire...HINT: if you plan on printing your
report, I suggest you use a light background to save on printer toner and
Give you report a name, and select Preview the Report
You should see your report. To adjust the design of your report, simply
hit the design button (same as with the tables), and adjust your report
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Introduction into Microsoft Access,Creating New, and Opening Existing Databases,Creating a database using a wizard,Creating a database without using a wizard,Tables - What they are and how they work,Create a table from scratch in Design view,Primary Keys,Switching Views,Entering Data,Manipulating Data