Microsoft Access Chapter 4 worksheet/study guide
To use the Report Wizard to create a report for a table, select the table for the report in the Navigation Pane, click the Create tab, and then click the _____ button.
_____ shows the report as it will appear when printed.
_____ shows the report on the screen but also allows you to make changes to the report.
_____ are not associated with data from the database and are used to display such things as the report's title.
_____ are used to display data that is calculated from other data, such as a total.
To add totals or other statistics to a report, use the _____ button on the Format tab.
To resize a column, point to the boundary of the column so that the mouse pointer becomes a _____ arrow.
To use a field list to add a field to a report, click the _____ button on the Format tab to display a field list.
Add Existing Fields
If you click an Edit Table link in a field list, the table will appear in _____ view and you can make changes to it.
_____ means creating seperate collections of records sharing some common characteristic.
The contents of the _____ section print once at the beginning of the report.
The contents of the _____ section print once at the end of the report.
The contents of the _____ section print once at the top of each page and typically contain the column headings.
The contents of the _____ section print once at the bottom of each page and often contain a date and a page number.
The contents of the _____ section print once for each record in the table.
When the data in a report is grouped, the contents of the _____ section are printed before the records in a particular group.
When the date in a report is grouped, the contents of the _____ section are printed after the group.
_____ are objects that display data and perform actions. They allow you to work with labels and images to improve the user interface.