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Chapter 10. Presenting Data with Reports > Filtering Records in a Report - Pg. 352

Presenting Data with Reports 352 Keeping a report within its borders When you design a report, you can inadvertently increase the width of the report (by adding controls or by resizing the report yourself) so that the report's borders exceed the size of the page the report is set up to print on. To address this situation--which can cause the report to include many extra pages--move the controls to the left and reduce the width of the report. You can also adjust page margins in the Page Setup dialog box, which you open from the File menu. By default, the left and right margins are set at 1 inch. In a report with a portrait orientation (a page width of 8.5 inches), the width of the report can't exceed 6.5 inches with 1-inch margins on each side.