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Where can I get good free on line training video on how to create a subreport in Access 2003?

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Where can I get good free on line training video on how to create a subreport in Access 2003?
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Scott McDaniel (Microsoft Access MVP - EE MVE ) earned 1000 total points
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Creating a subreport is identical to creating a "main" report, except that you embed the subreport into your main report.

Build your main report. Make sure it works as you want.

Now build your subreport. Again, make sure it does what you want.

With both reports open in Design view, drag the second report and drop it on the first report. Access will link your reports together (assuming your tables are structured properly, that is) and handle the master/child links for you.

That's it!

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