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I am currently writing an application in Access 2003. For the reports,
I have to use columns a lot. To get the report to look the way I want,
I have to use the Across then Down options, because of access
limitations with columns. I was wondering if Access 2007 columns are
still done the same way, through Page Properties, or if they have made
them more flexible and easy to use.
Feb 11 '07 #1
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The ribbon in Access 2007 has a Columns button on the Page Setup tab.
The button opens the familiar Page Setup dialog.

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>I am currently writing an application in Access 2003. For the reports,
I have to use columns a lot. To get the report to look the way I want,
I have to use the Across then Down options, because of access
limitations with columns. I was wondering if Access 2007 columns are
still done the same way, through Page Properties, or if they have made
them more flexible and easy to use.
Feb 11 '07 #2

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