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How can I make a report that puts a group section and its reference
detail section on 1 page and the next group section on a different
page,
example I want to print all classes with its students. now I want
every class and its students on seperate pages
Nov 12 '05 #1
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Great_milenko previously wrote:
How can I make a report that puts a group section and its reference
detail section on 1 page and the next group section on a different
page,
example I want to print all classes with its students. now I want
every class and its students on seperate pages


Use the report wizard to create the report. You can select the grouping
field as you do this.

In design view you should have a 'header' section bar for Group field you
selected. It will say
fieldname Header
where fieldname is the name of your grouping field.

There may or may not be a Footer section for the group.
If there is then fine, otherwise you will have create on. To create a
group footer, click the 'Sorting And Grouping' button on the toolbar (it's
near the middle of the bar. Click onto the group field name. Look at the
Group Properties in the bottom half of the dialog.
Change the Group Footer entry to Yes and close the box.

You now have a Group Footer bar (you can close up the space in the footer
just by dragging the lower border). Right Click the Group footer bar and
select Properties. On the Format tab the top entry allows you control the
page throw. Set it to 'new page after'. Close the properties box and
preview your report.

Peter Russell

Nov 12 '05 #2

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