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Chapter 26. An Introduction to Access an... > Creating Grouped Data Access Pages

Creating Grouped Data Access Pages

Grouping records on a data access page is similar to grouping records on a report. Grouped data access pages have the following advantages over grouped reports:

  • Current data is always displayed within the data access page.

  • Unlike reports, data access pages are interactive. This means that, using a grouped data access page, a user can filter, sort, and view just the records she wants.

  • When grouped data access pages are sent via email, the recipient is presented with current data each time he opens the message.


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