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MS Access 2003: Create a report title that repeats on every page
This MSAccess tutorial explains how to create a report title that repeats on every page of a report in Access 2003 (with screenshots and step-by-step instructions).
Question: In Microsoft Access 2003/XP/2000/97, how can I format a report so that the title will appear on the first page and also on subsequent pages?
Answer: Most people create their title in the Report Header section of the Access Report. By default, the Report Header only displays on the first page of the report, not on the subsequent pages.
To set up a title that appears on every page, it is easiest to move your title to the Page Header section of the report.
To do this, open your report in design view.
Make sure that your Page Header section is visible by selecting Page Header/Footer under the View menu.
Next, drag the fields from the Report Header section down to the Page Header section.
Now your title should appear on all pages of your Access report.
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Report Header on every page
Jan 3 2005, 10:27 AM
Is it possible to post a report header on every page of the report? My users are used to Excel, where they would get the headers on every page, and wish to have the same now that we are using access.
Jan 3 2005, 10:40 AM
What you want is called a Page Header. Open the report in design mode, expand the Page Header section and add a page header. If the page header is not visible right-click somewhere in the reports detail section and choose “Page Header/Footer”.
Jan 3 2005, 10:52 AM
Thank you very much, that solved my problem.
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