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Rotate SubReport 90 degrees

Posted on 2006-06-15
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Is it possible to rotate a subreport in Access? Instead of going down I'd like to have my records go across.
Any ideas welcome!
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If you design the subreport with your controls going across then that is what you will get.  If you mean each record adds a new row across instead of down I guess you could try creating columns in your report (Under page setup).  What is going to happen when you get more records than you have columns?

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You can try creating a CrossTab query, if this will display your results correctly.

Lena is correct, however ... what happens when you can't fit anymore records into your report horizontally?
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No native way to rotate, eh?
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