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Chapter 1. Getting to Know Microsoft Acc... > Previewing and Printing Access Objec...

Previewing and Printing Access Objects

Because Access is a Windows application, it interacts with your printer through standard Windows dialog boxes and drivers. This means that any printer that you can use from other programs can be used from Access, and any special features of that printer, such as color printing or duplex printing, are available in Access.


As you have seen in this chapter, you can use different Access objects—tables, forms, reports, and so on—to display the information stored in your database. Within each object there are several views available: Design view, Datasheet view, and so on. You can choose the view you want by selecting it from the View menu (the views available will depend on the object that is active).


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