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Add a field to a form or report
Article Show All Hide All You can quickly add fields to a form or report by using the Field List pane. When you double-click a field in the Field List pane (or if you d...
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Change the appearance of a control by using conditional formatting
Article Show All Hide All Conditional formatting allows you to selectively highlight certain data on your form or report so that it is easier to understand. For example...
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Counting in reports
Article Count records or add a line number for each record in a record or group in Access 2007.
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Create a grouped or summary report
Article Show All Hide All Information is often easier to understand when it is divided into groups. For example, a report that groups sales by region can highlight tren...
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Create a simple report
Article Show All Hide All You can create a variety of different reports in Microsoft Office Access 2007, ranging from the simple to the complex. Begin by thinking about...
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Create an expression
Article An expression is like an Excel formula: it may include constants, variables, and functions. You can use expressions with most database objects.
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Create and use subreports
Article Show All Hide All When you are working with relational data (where related data is stored in separate tables), you often need to view information from more than...
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Demo: Automatically align controls on a report
Article Play Demo Or download the demo. (You may experience a delay while the demo is loading.) Need to produce a report quickly for an upcoming meeting? Using control ...
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Summing in reports
Article Show All Hide All In any report that contains numbers, you can use totals, averages, percentages, or running sums to make the data more understandable. This art...
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