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drawing a line in header & justify field the text

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how to draw a line in the bottom of the header &
how to justify the text of a field in access report (to have justify in report output
Apr 7 '10 #1
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I don't understand your 2nd question but the first is as simple as selecting the Line tool from the Toolbox and then dragging it to your specified length.

Can you explain the 2nd part more clearly please?
Apr 7 '10 #2

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thanks Hedges
my 2nd Qn is when see the print out of my Access report the text fields are not justified- so i want to know how to justify the fields in design view of report
Apr 7 '10 #3

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Select the field (textbox, label, whatever) and then just use the Align buttons from the toolbar (Align Left, Center, Align Right)?
Apr 7 '10 #4

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Yes I Understand we can allign but need to justify9like in word(but not Left/centre,right align)
Apr 8 '10 #5

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Hi Yogs. Access has no built-in-means of justifying text. At least for versions before A2007 it does not even use rich text format for emboldening words within phrases, for example, (although rich text ActiveX controls are available if you need this facility).

You would really need to export the data to Word and use its comprehensive facilities to do what you want, or use Word as a linked OLE object to perform the text editing/justification.

Apr 9 '10 #6

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If by 'justifying' you mean to space the letters out evenly go to Properties and under Text Alignment select Distribute.

Linq ;0)>
Apr 9 '10 #7

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Ye i have realized that there is no such built in means of justifying text like in word. thanks though.
I tried the ditribute option in align buts not really good as its distributing the numbers also which looks odd. thanks
Apr 9 '10 #8

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