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MS Access Create form / report with multiple pages using different background images

MS Access Create form / report with multiple pages using different
background images

Hi,

Would like to have users fill out a multipage form, and then click a
print button, which pulls up the info just entered for a particular
record and print out multiple pages of forms, each page having a
different image as background.

1) Anyone know how to make a form with multiple pages that different
images as background?

2) Anyone know a way to create a multipage report where each page has a
different background image (but the data across all of the pages come
from the same record)?

Thanks,

George

gh********@yaho o.com

Nov 13 '05 #1
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