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Microsoft® Office Access™ 2007 Plain & Simple by Curtis D. Frye

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Introducing Report Sections

A basic report has five sections:

  • Report Header

  • Page Header

  • Detail

  • Page Footer

  • Report Footer

The Report Header section holds information that appears at the top of the first page of the printed report. Typical information you find in the Report Header includes the title of the report, the logo of the company producing the report, and the report’s author.

The Page Header, by contrast, contains information that appears at the top of every printed report page. Most frequently, you find the report’s column headings, page numbers, and dates in this report area, but you can also put smaller versions of a company logo in this area to identify the report’s origins. If the report data is confidential, this area (and the Report Header) ...

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