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Previewing the Report
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When the Report Wizard finishes creating the report design, you have a choice of going directly to the report Design view or previewing the report as it will be printed If you haven t used the Report Wizard or you want to preview an existing report, right-click the report name in the Reports group in the Navigation Pane and choose Print Preview from the shortcut menu If the report is already open, right-click the document tab and choose Print Preview from the shortcut menu
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The Access Print Preview window offers you many ways to view the report, including moving around a single page and among pages, looking at several pages at once, and changing the magnification so that you can see the details more clearly Returning to the Police database, Figure 13-10 shows the first page of the Alpha Card with Entries report in Print Preview To close the Print Preview window, do one of the following: Click the Close button in the report header On the Print Preview tab s Close Preview group, click Close Print Preview Right-click the document tab and choose Close from the shortcut menu To change to a different view, you can use the task bar buttons to change to Report view, Layout view, or Design view
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TIP When you close the Navigation Pane, the ribbon reverts to the Home tab So if you don t see
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the Print Preview tab, right-click the report document tab and select Print Preview from the shortcut menu
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The navigation buttons at the bottom of the Print Preview window let you move among pages in the report Click one of the buttons to move to the first, previous, next, or last page of the report You can also enter the page number in the page number box and press enter to move to a specific page
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Retrieving and Presenting Information
Report view
Layout view Design view
FIGURE 13-10 Viewing the new report in Print Preview
You can use many shortcut keys to navigate in a report preview See the Access Help topic Keyboard Shortcuts for Access for a list of all of the combinations that you can use in Print Preview
Viewing Multiple Pages
Using the Print Preview commands, you can view two pages adjusted to fit the screen or up to twelve pages arranged in three rows of four pages each To view one complete page at a time, do one of the following: On the Print Preview tab in the Preview group, click the One Page command Right-click and choose One Page from the shortcut menu
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Using the Report Wizard
To view two or more complete pages adjusted to fit the screen, right-click, click Zoom, and choose Fit from the drop-down list; then use one of the following methods: On the Print Preview tab in the Preview group, click the Two Pages command Right-click and click Multiple Pages and drag the mouse pointer over the grid to select the number of pages and the arrangement that you want You can choose up to six pages with this method
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On the Print Preview tab in the Preview group, click the More Pages command and choose the number of pages from the list: four, eight, or twelve pages To return to previewing a single page, click the One Page command in the Preview group
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Changing the Magnification
When you first open the Print Preview window, the report is automatically displayed with the Fit option, which sizes the page in the window vertically You can increase or decrease the degree of magnification to almost any value or ask Access to adjust the report to fit on the screen Right-click in the Print Preview window and choose Zoom from the shortcut menu to toggle between Fit and the last magnification that you set To change the magnification more precisely, click the down arrow next to Zoom and choose a percentage between 10 and 1000 percent from the list, or enter a value and then press enter The number of pages you choose to preview at once determines the degree of magnification when you choose Fit When the mouse pointer passes over the report preview, it changes to a magnifying glass with a plus (+) or minus ( ) sign, which you can click to alternate the preview between Fit and the last percentage (%) that you chose When the glass shows a minus sign, clicking zooms out, making the preview less magnified Clicking the magnifying glass with a plus sign zooms in on the area where the pointer was when you clicked it This provides a quick way to zoom in on a specific part of the report for example, a group summary field
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