IN THIS CHAPTER
Building an AutoReport
Working with the Report Wizard
Previewing and printing reports
At this point, you’ve designed your database and built the basic tables to contain data. You know how to build queries to get the information out that you’d like to work with. And now you’ve seen how to build a user interface based on Access forms to quickly enter, display, and find information. What could be left?
Printing, that’s what. The next step in your database journey is to learn how to print paper copies of information using Access reports.
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