how to formate report for results

Hi Experts

I want to formate my report from MS Access database like this

id1 ( marks ) , id2 (marks) , id2(marks)
id4 ( marks) , id5(marks) , id6 (marks)

in my table I have two calumns

student_id , marks

and I want to formate my report that on a page I can print more then 50 numbers
and in each row 5 records.

I know how to report from MS access but how to show 5 rowns in one line of report/page

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Format your details section to print in multiple columns.

Report menu, Section Expert.
Highlight Details section, and select the property called "Format with Multiple Columns"
This creates a new tab called Layout.
Under Layout, you can set the width of the details section (total width divided by 5), and also set the direction to across, then down.

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kirshanAuthor Commented:
thanks bdreed
it is working :)
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