Chapter 35. Creating a Report

A report (Figure 35.1) presents your data in a printe+d format, using a query or a table as its source. You can format the report in a number of predefined ways, or you can create and save a custom format.

A report in Print Preview.

Figure 35.1. A report in Print Preview.

Access provides report wizards to help you group and categorize your information; you can also make changes to any report in Design view.

Viewing and Printing a Report

Each time you open a report to view or print it, the report reflects any changes made to the table or query on which it is based.

Procedure 35.1. To view a report:

  1. Click the Reports tab in the Database window (Figure ...

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