MS Access 97
Somtimes, you may want only a subset of the data printed at the top of the group's continuation pages (additional pages generated because the group won't fit on a single page). To do this, create a second Group Header with the same criteria. In the first header, set the Repeat Section property to No; in the second, set Repeat Section to Yes. Then the first header is printed at the beginning of the group, and the second header is printed at the beginning of the group and at the top of each continuation page.
For instance, I normally place headings over the detail records, not next to each field. When the detail records are on two or more pages, I want only the field headings to be placed on each page. To do this, the headings must be placed in a second Group Header.
To add a Group Header
To get a group header to print on a continuation page, Set Repeat Section to Yes.
|Margins||Top, Bottom, Left, Right|
|Page||Portrait/Landscape, Paper Source, Prefered printer|
|Columns||Number, Size, Spacing, Order
Used for defining labels - one record each
Common Calculated Fields
Function Control Source Page 2 of 8 ="Page " & [Page] & " of " & [Pages] Today's Date =Now()
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