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Placing a border around a header, detail and footer on an Access report

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Is there a format control where I can paint a border around the group header, detail and group footer as opposed to having a separate border around each object?

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Glen
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No.  Controls are tied to a single report section.  You'll need to draw part of the border in each section as appropriate.
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That's what I thought.

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glen
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Just to add on, there are two things you might do:

1. On the OnPage event, you can draw borders.   Here I would hold the top property of each section in variables as I worked down the page.  Then in the OnPage event you could draw the lines to border everything.

2. You can at the start of the page, draw a border around the entire page.  Then in the sections, draw a horizontal line as needed.   You'd end up with sections then on your page.

Jim.
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