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

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Publishing Data to Microsoft Word

You’ve probably used Microsoft Word to create documents in your office or at home. Word is great for general correspondence, creating mass mailings, and designing attractive newsletters, but it’s not the program you want to use to store large data lists. Yes, you can store data in Word tables, but it’s hard to do more than the most rudimentary summaries of that data. Access makes it much easier for you to summarize and find subsets of your data. Then, whether your data is destined to be included in an annual report, a briefing to your boss, or a letter documenting all open invoices with a specific vendor, Access enables you to transfer your data to a Word document efficiently.

Export Data to Word

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