Saving reports and templates as PDFs


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Saving reports and templates as PDFs

Access 2010 lets you easily share data with other users, whether or not they have Access on their computers. One of the easiest ways to share a table or report is saving the data using the Portable Document Format or PDF, or as a XPS file. A PDF file can be opened on any computer using the free Acrobat Reader. XPS files, on the other hand, open in any browser. To save this Customers by Region report as a PDF or XPS, we'll simply click External Data tab on the ribbon and then we'll choose PDF or XPS in the Export group, but while we're here, notice that we could also save this as an Excel spreadsheet, as a text file, as an XML file or we could E-Mail it using any of these formats, but we'll choose PDF or XPS to open the publish as PDF or XPS dialog box.

We'll choose a file type here. I am going to stay with PDF. You can change this name. This is whatever name the report has and click Publish. Notice that the Customers by Region PDF is created very quickly and is displaye...

Saving reports and templates as PDFs
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Saving reports and templates as PDFs provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Gini Courter as part of the Access 2010: Real-World Projects

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