Force New Page
By Richard Rost 2 months ago
Use Force New Page Property to Insert a Page Break
In this Microsoft Access tutorial, I'm going to teach you how to use the Force New Page property in a report group footer to insert a page break after every group.
Jack from Manchester, England (a Platinum Member) asks: I just watched your video on report grouping levels, and I've designed a report to give each of my sales reps their list of calls for the day. It's basically the same thing you designed, but instead of the report being grouped on customers, it's grouped on the sales rep, and the customers that they have to call are in the detail section. Is there any way I can generate this so that each sales rep starts on their own page, so they're not all together?
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