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Microsoft: Access Reports FAQ

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How do I put the page number on both sides of a book-type landscape report by jimmythegeek
Posted: 6 Feb 02 (Edited 17 Oct 06)

You may need to create a report that prints landscape like a book. You want the left side of the page to say page 1, and the right side of the page to say 2. This is actually pretty simple. There are only 2 steps.

1) Put an unbound text box on each side of the report's page footer. Put the following in the control source of both text boxes:


2) Copy and paste the following function into the code of the report. (If you are unfamiliar with how to do this, while in design veiw, go to View | Code on the menu bar, and paste the code a couple of lines below the Option Explicit).

Private Function GetPageNo() As Integer
    Static staPageNo As Integer
    If staPageNo > 0 Then
        staPageNo = staPageNo + 1
        GetPageNo = staPageNo
        GetPageNo = 1
        staPageNo = 1
    End If
End Function

Jim Lunde

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