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Page Numbering in Access Report

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I have a report that groups data on an Area, the report is set to force a
new page for each Area within the report.

Each Area will have 1 or more pages.

Is it possible to make the page numbering start at page 1 for each Area
within the report.

I know I could achieve this by printing each Area individually but I'd like
to print them all in one go.

Thanks

Elaine
Nov 13 '05 #1
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Elasho wrote:
I have a report that groups data on an Area, the report is set to
force a new page for each Area within the report.

Each Area will have 1 or more pages.

Is it possible to make the page numbering start at page 1 for each
Area within the report.

I know I could achieve this by printing each Area individually but
I'd like to print them all in one go.

Thanks

Elaine


You could monkey around with code in the various Report events and create
custom page numbering. But it will be easier to write a short routine to
print the Areas individually and let the Access reporting engine number the
pages for you.

Nov 13 '05 #2

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On Sun, 06 Mar 2005 13:41:40 GMT, Elasho wrote:
I have a report that groups data on an Area, the report is set to force a
new page for each Area within the report.

Each Area will have 1 or more pages.

Is it possible to make the page numbering start at page 1 for each Area
within the report.

I know I could achieve this by printing each Area individually but I'd like
to print them all in one go.

Thanks

Elaine


See...
http://www.mvps.org/access/reports/rpt0013.htm
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