In Access reports can be more meaningful to others. Learn how to create reports in Access so others can understand the data you're presenting.
If you don't like the standard font face and size Access used to create your report, you can modify them using common Microsoft Office text formatting commands. You can modify the size, font face, font color, alignment, and much more. They all work basically the same way.
Like with forms, Access 2007 offers a variety of report styles in the AutoFormat command. To apply a style:
When a report is created, it opens in Layout view, like the one in the picture below. The dotted lines are showing where the edge of the page will be in Report view.
All of the standard Microsoft page layout options are available, including:
|Page Layout Option||Description|
|Margins||To set the margins for narrow, wide, or normal|
|Orientation||To select either a portrait or landscape orientation|
|Size||To set paper size|