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Part II: The Database Application > Presenting Data with Reports - Pg. 335

335 Chapter 10. Presenting Data with Reports In this chapter, you will learn how to: · · · · · · · Create a report with the Report Wizard Work with a report in Design view Manage a report's record source to filter and select records Display data in a chart Add a subreport to a report Set report properties that control how data appears Work with report events While forms and datasheets are generally used for entering data into a database, reports are a mode of data output. Reports present data with formatting that's not available or suitable for forms or plain datasheets. In Microsoft Access databases, reports are related to specific tasks--for example, printing a set of mailing labels for a monthly newsletter or compiling the list of customer contacts