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Business Solutions Microsoft® Office Access 2007 Forms, Reports, and Queries by Paul McFedries

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6. Creating and Publishing a Report

IN THIS CHAPTER

Creating a Basic Report

Creating Simple Reports with the Report Wizard

Creating a Report in Design View

Creating a Report Interactively inLayout View

Publishing a Report

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Most of the work you do with Access—whether it’s creating tables, entering data, sorting, filtering, or querying—is work that, generally speaking, you do for yourself. It’s valuable work, to be sure, but it’s really just “behind-the-scenes” stuff. But what happens when it’s time for the database equivalent of a coming-out party? That is, what about when you need to show off your data for all to see? When that happens, you need to create a report.

A report is a database object that organizes and formats your table ...

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