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How to build a report with one body of fields per page

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Hello, I would like to build an access report with one record per page (not all records showing in the detail.) the goal is to build a form letter that when print are paged through shows the detail of each employee on their own page.  I then will output them to word (if necessary) to be printed.  I appreciate any help.  Thank you.

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Set your report detail section Force New Page property to "After Section".
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thank you for the response.  I have added the page break in the detail but to know avail.  Please take a look at the attached sample.
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Thank you.
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