10 Minute Guide to Microsoft Access 2002 By Joe Habraken
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Lesson 22. Printing Access Objects
You have probably gotten a feel for the fact that tables, forms, and queries are used mainly to view and manipulate database information on your computer's screen, whereas the report is designed to be printed. This doesn't mean that you can't print a table or a form; it's just that the report provides the greatest amount of control in placing information on the printed page.
First, this lesson discusses printing Access objects with the report. Then, you look at printing some of the other Access objects, such as a table or form.