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Chapter 10. Creating Layouts > Working with Parts

Working with Parts

In most cases, the function of the various layout parts are obvious from their names: header, body, and footer. Summary parts work a bit differently than other layout parts. Since summary fields gather information from across several records, they cannot appear within the body of an individual record. That’s where the various kinds of summary parts come in by providing a way to display this cross-record data. Grand summary parts summarize information for all the records being browsed. Subsummary parts do the same for a group of records, based on the break field you designate within the Part Definition dialog box.

Title header: This special type of header appears only at the top of the page or first screen. It can also be used as a title page. Each layout can only contain one title header.


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