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

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Formatting a PivotTable

PivotTables are all about presenting your data effectively, and a significant element of any presentation is the appearance of your data. To change the appearance of an element of your PivotTable, such as the color, pattern, and font, you use the Properties box.

Tip

Tip

You can format another PivotTable element without closing the Properties box. Click OK to apply the formatting to the current element and then click the next element you want to change. The Properties box changes to reflect the new element.

Change a PivotTable’s Appearance

  1. Display the forms in your database.

  2. Double-click the PivotTable form.

  3. Click the part of the ...

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