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Need help creating a Report

Need help creating a Report

Need help creating a Report

I am a VERY new user of Access 200.  I would appreciate any help on how to take my table I created and put it into a report format.  Could someone PLEASE help me! my boss is really putting the pressure on me to figure all this out ASAP.  Thank you.


RE: Need help creating a Report

A}    look at the soloutions database

B)]    look at the report wizzard/autoreport.

C)    Tell the boss to back off - if he wants it "right"

There is never time to do it right but there is always time to do it over

RE: Need help creating a Report

How complex will your report need to be?

RE: Need help creating a Report

To Kjonnnnn

My report is supposed to be in a block format if there is such a format ( according to my boss there is). I have created all my fields in a table. So for instance I would need to fit the information of several companies on one page. How would I take the information I have in the table and transpose it into a report?  

Thank you for your help.

RE: Need help creating a Report

Use you use the wizard and then edit the report in Design View.

Experiment a bit, you'll get it.

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