Reports have three types of sections:
Header sections The header sections contain information that appears either at the top of the report, or at the top of every page in the report.
The report header appears only once, at the beginning of the report. The topmost contents of the report (such as company name, address, and logo) belong in the report header.
The page header appears on every page of the report. Contents that you want to appear at the top of each page, such as column names, belong in the page header.
Detail The detail section contains most of the information in a report. For example, the detail section of an invoice lists all the individual items purchased and their costs.
Footer The page footer appears on every page. The report footer appears once, at the end of a report. The page footer section may contain the page number; the report footer section may contain the conclusion, such as a grand total.