asp.net barcode reader free 9: Forms and Reports in Microsoft Office

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9: Forms and Reports
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On the opening screen of the wizard, select your new query on the drop-down You should have four possible fields showing (Ship Name, Ship Address, Product Name, and Quantity) Include all of these in the report Then, do the following:
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On the next screen, accept the default of Orders by which to view the data On the next screen, group by Ship Name On the next screen, use the drop-down to select Product Name for the sort order Click the Summary Options button and note that you can have a calculation on the Quantity field since this is the only numeric field on the report For the purposes of this example, we will not use a calculation here, so close this window On the layout and style screens of the wizard, accept the defaults Preview the report, which should now look like Figure 9-8
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The wizard has produced a very professional looking report, probably better than if you had tried to do it manually
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A simple report based on orders and products
Keeping Your Report Tidy
The wizard has produced for you a pristine looking report, but users will often later make requests that extra fields be added or existing fields be relocated As a result, your tidy report can start looking rather messy and suddenly things do not quite line up correctly You will also find that it is quite difficult when dragging and sizing controls on the form to get the alignment and size uniform Because of this, frequently you end up with two text boxes, one of which is slightly taller than the other Although this is very much cosmetic, users tend to home in on this kind of thing and expect all the controls to be nicely aligned and uniformly sized! Fortunately, Microsoft provided some tools to help you with this View the form in Design View Select all the controls you want to set to a uniform size and alignment by dragging a box across them with your mouse Check that only the controls that you want to resize are selected They will all be shown with a colored outline and handles
9: Forms and Reports Click the Arrange tab in the ribbon In the Control Alignment group on the ribbon, you have icons to allow you to align all your controls to left, right, top, or bottom For example, if we have several text boxes that are displayed in a vertical row, but do not line up vertically with each other, clicking the Left icon will line them all up on the control that is furthest left within the selection This sorts out the alignment, but you may then have a situation where some are different widths or heights compared to others In the same ribbon used for alignment, you have a Size group containing icons for To Tallest, To Widest, To Shortest, and To Narrowest Click this and all the controls in the selection will be set to the same height or width according to the icon you clicked The Position group of the ribbon allows you to set the gaps between controls using the Equal Horizontal and Equal Vertical icons Controls can be easily moved in minute increments in any direction by selecting the control and holding down the CTRL key If you then press any of the arrow keys while the CTRL key is held down, your control will slowly move in the desired direction I have found this a really handy feature in Access for tidying up a report and making it look more professional to the users You can also change the background color of the report and individual controls by setting the Back Color property If you are changing the background color of the report, you need to click each section of the report (Report Header, Page Header, Section Header, Detail, and so on) to change the background color If you click the button with the three dots on it, in the Background Color property you will see a palette of colors to choose from You can also add a picture to the background of the report The Picture property will allow you to upload a picture, which then becomes embedded in that form This could be a picture associated with that form or a company logo However, remember that pictures take up memory and too many can make your database unwieldy The picture property is on the overall report object itself, instead of the individual sections (as in background color) You need to set the Picture Tiling property to Yes to make the picture repeat down the length of the report This feature can be very useful for adding a company logo, although there is a danger of it detracting from the information on the report If you need other text on the report, use a label control and change the Caption property to your text As in all the controls, you can change the font, color, point size, and so on to suit your needs You can set the Close Button property to No in order to stop the user using the Close button to exit your report Bear in mind that you will need to provide them with another means of exiting if you do this You can also use the Min Max Buttons property to stop the user from changing the size of the report, and do the same thing with the Control Box property
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