Chapter 14. Dressing Up Your Reports

In this chapter

  • Quickly format a report using AutoFormat

  • Customize your reports by modifying report properties

  • Print labels using the special Label Wizard

  • Add a chart to a report

After storing and manipulating all your data, you might want to print hard copies so you can share the information in a meaningful way with other people. Or, you just might prefer to view your data on paper instead of onscreen. Fortunately, Access provides one of the most flexible and easy-to-use report managers around.

In Chapter 9, “Printing Information with Reports,” you learned how to use a few report wizards, but they won’t always be adequate. In this chapter, you’ll learn how to format reports so they look and display your data the ...

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