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Chapter 7. Working with Reports > Creating a Report by Using a Wizard

Creating a Report by Using a Wizard

The content of an Access report can be divided into two general categories: information derived from records in one or more tables, and everything else. The everything else category includes the title, page headers and footers, introductory and explanatory text, logo, background and graphics, and calculations based on database content.


You can use a wizard to get a jump-start on a report. The wizard creates a basic layout, attaches styles, and adds a text box control and its associated label for each field you specify. Depending on the report you want to produce, you might be able to do almost all the work in the wizard, or you might have to refine the report in Design view.


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