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Posted on 2006-11-15
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I would like the detail section of a report to print the field data horizontally in 5 columns across then down

eg:  

days available:

Monday   Tuesday      wednesday           Thrursday
Friday      Saturday     Sunday

the present format doe sthe following

days available:

Monday
tuesday
wednesday
thursday
friday
saturday
sunday
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Question by:Jjuavinett
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by:harfang
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Hello Jjuavinett

This can be done using the last tab of "page setup" for your report. Note that columnar output affects all sections but the page header and footer. If you wish, you can have a page header accross the page, by specifying values different from "same as detail section", which is the default.

For more complex layouts, you might need a report with a columnar subreport.

Good luck!
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stevbe earned 500 total points
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open the report in design mode, go into File --> Page Setup, click on the Columns tab and tell it you want 5 in the  Number of Columns.

Steve
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