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Print One Form Per Page Link 
Roy Zanca     
39 days ago
Thanks for all your past help
I want to be able to print one FORM  TO ITS OWN  single page
I have 600 phonograph records with all sorts of info which I want to print out on a single sheet.
Is this possible
Yes. I know that would consume 600 sheets of paper
Which I can then catalog in a binder
I went to the property sheet and change from continuous Form- too single sheet
But it still prints out continuous  
If so *how do I accomplish that
Please help me with this
Thanks very much

Richard Rost    
38 days ago
For any kind of printing use a REPORT not a form. With a report you can put a page break after each record.
Roy Zanca    
38 days ago
Rick do you have a video session on inserting a Page Break in a report-If so please share. tks Roy
Richard Rost    
38 days ago
Access Expert 6 - New Page After Section - which I think you have already.
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