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2 records per detail in Report

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I have a report in MS Access 2000. In the Detail section of the Report,
I have the following record information.
TextBox:Name
TextBox:Address1
TextBox:Address2
TextBox:CityStateZip
TextBox:Phone
Image:ImageFrame

my datasource for the record is a table called tblImageFiles.
The table also has a field called: ImageID

I want to show two records per detail view (2 columns of reocrds per
page).
Any ideas how to do this?

I am thinking the answer may be related to using the ImageID to somehow
show a record and record+1 per detail.
Thanks,
Roger

Nov 13 '05 #1
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>I want to show two records per detail view (2 columns of reocrds per page).
Any ideas how to do this?
Open the report in design view.

Design the report to cover less than 1/2 the page.

Select "File->Print Setup" from the Access menu.

Choose the number of columns, set the width and gap. Choose to put the
records in columns or rows.
I am thinking the answer may be related to using the
ImageID to somehow
show a record and record+1 per detail.
Not at allThanks,
Roger


Nov 13 '05 #2

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Thanks, that works very nicely.

Nov 13 '05 #3

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