MS Access 2010 - Remove Header/Footer

Hi Experts,

This is most likely an easy question but I forgot how to do this.

This is a Access Report

There is a section:
Contact Header

And
Contact Footer

I would like to ONLY remove/delete the Footer, but for some reason I can not find out how to do this?

Please help and thanks...
Amour22015Asked:
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Amour22015Author Commented:
Ok, that totally got me lost.

I don't have any of that in my 2010 Access.

I have tabs:
File: Home: Create: External Data: Database Tools: Design: Arrange: Format: Page Setup:

What tab?

then what section?

then what to do in that section?

Please help and thanks
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Gustav BrockCIOCommented:
Open the report in designview.
Right-click in the report (outside a control).
Deselect Report Header/Report Footer.

/gustav
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PatHartmanCommented:
Looks like GeNeRaL971 was answering a power point question.

Here's a picture of what you should see.  On the Design tab, press the Group & Sort button to show the details on the bottom.  The "x" all the way to the right of the sorting/grouping item will remove it.Headers and Footers
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Amour22015Author Commented:
Ok,

Gustav Brock,
If I do that will it not delete the both the Header/Footer?
I don't want to delete both because there I need the info in the Header.

PatHartman,
I don't want to delete groups I want to ONLY delete:
Contact Footer

Please help and thanks
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PatHartmanCommented:
The grouping is what makes the footer.  You can remove the footer section without removing the grouping by just changing the property.  Click the "more" option for the Contact group.
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Amour22015Author Commented:
PatHartman,

I should say that I am new to all this.

Currently my Property Sheet is at GroupFooter0 and I have Contact Footer highlighted.

On the Group, Sort, and Total section I have:
Sort by expression
        Group on expression, ascending, by entire value, with no totals, with title click to add, with a header section, with a footer section, keep whole group together on one page, Less
       Add a group   Add a sort.

Please help and thanks
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Amour22015Author Commented:
Like on:
ID: 40822788

I noticed that the "group on RC" is showing and I also noticed that there is a "RC Footer"

But on mine:
There is no "Group on Contact", yet I have a "Contact Footer"

See attachment.

Please help and thanks
ContactFooter.docx
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PatHartmanCommented:
Since there is nothing in the footer, you can just drag the bottom edge all the way up to remove the space without actually removing the section.
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Amour22015Author Commented:
Yes I know that I can drag the bottom edge up,  but I wanted to know if I could actually delete the footer without deleting the associated header?

Thanks for helping.
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PatHartmanCommented:
YES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  That is what I told you several posts back.  Go to the sorting/grouping dialog that is shown in the picture I posted and CHANGE the settings.  

However, if you drag the footer to a 0 height, what difference does it matter if it is still there?
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Amour22015Author Commented:
PatHartman,

I noticed that your image shows but mine is in word and you have to open to see it.

What are you doing that I am not?

Some have mentioned to use ? to do the same, but I have not been able to finger that out.

So let's see:
I do a prnt screen
I copy it into word
double click
get the crop tool and cut out all I don't need.
save the docx
and attach
Submit

What do you do?

Thanks
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PatHartmanCommented:
You have to save the image as an image file type such as .jpg.  Then in the attach file dialog, you have the option to embed the picture.  I don't think embedding works if the file type isn't an image.

In my office, I use SnagIt to capture the image.  Other places, I use the Snipping Tool which is part of Office or Windows 7.  If you don't see it, go to the accessories folder and pin it to the start menu.
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Amour22015Author Commented:
Thanks
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