By Richard Rost 27 days ago
Mastering Page Numbering in MS Access Reports
In this Microsoft Access tutorial, I'm going to teach you how to add page numbers to a report. We'll learn the basic "Page N", then "Page N of M", then I'll show you how to modify that so it's just "N/M". Then we'll learn how to hide the page numbering on the first page, which is good for a report header page, and I'll show you how to format it for double-sided printing where the odd pages are on the left and the even pages are on the right.
Blake from Frisco, Texas (a Platinum Member) asks: I'm trying to figure out how to get page numbering on my Microsoft Access reports so that it's compatible with two-sided printing, so the even page numbers are on the left, and the odd page numbers are on the right. Can you show me how to do that?
There is no extended cut, but here is the database download:
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