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How to get Report Header on every page of Access report

Posted on 2008-06-09
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In DesignView, report properties shows me Name, Force New Page, etc... How I can make my title appear on every page of the Report?   "All Pages"?  but where do I type that in?
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 Use the page header, not the report header.

JimD.
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where in Page Header?  In grey area  under Page header, under All tab, I entered 'All Pages" for Page Header and Page Footer, but print preview doesn't show my title on each page...
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<<where in Page Header?  In grey area  under Page header, under All tab, I entered 'All Pages" for Page Header and Page Footer, but print preview doesn't show my title on each page...>>

  By definition, the page header/footer is supposed to appear on every page.  Report Header/Footer appear only at the start and end of the report.

  Check the page header band by right clicking on it when in design view and select properties.  Make sure its visible property is True.  Then make sure the band is expanded enough to display the controls.

  You should now be able to see.

JimD
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Jeffrey Coachman earned 500 total points
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bergen69,

In other words...
Close the property box.
You do not need it for this.

All you need to do is open the report in design view, and move the info from the Report header to the Page Header.

That's it.

Please assign the points to JDettman
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boag2000,

  Sometimes a picture is worth a thousand words.  

  Keep the points.

JimD
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by:Jeffrey Coachman
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bergen69,

Didn't I say:
<Please assign the points to JDettman> ?
;-)

While my post may have helped, it was actually JDettman post that "solved" the issue.
Pleas contact the support staff (http://www.experts-exchange.com/support.jsp) and have the "accepted" solution changed from my post to JDettman's

JeffCoachman
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Jeff,

  The extra time you took to capture and post a picture may have made your comment a better one as far as bergen was concerned.

  I'm fine with where the points stand.

  I'm just glad the problem is solved.

JimD.
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by:Jeffrey Coachman
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OK, but I always make the offer to re-assign the points.
Fair is fair
;-)

Jeff
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