Chapter 8. Creating Reports and Events

Typically, you spend the majority of your time writing code associated with forms and form controls. By contrast, reports are easily overlooked when it comes to events. This is because the events associated with reports are not the direct result of a user interacting with the page. Reports have a sequence of events associated with the report opening and rendering the pages of data.

In this chapter, you focus on the techniques for programming against events on a report. You also take some time to look at other associated programming techniques that can be used to enhance report output. Microsoft Access 2010 reports can be opened in either Print/Print Preview and also ...

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