Using relationship reports


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Using relationship reports

When you build a complex database it may help to have a printed copy of your relationships that you can refer to or share with others. Go up to Database tools ribbon, then click on the Relationships button. Arrange your tables, so it's easy to see the lines between them and lengthen any of the tables, so that you can see the info. Once you have it as you like it, click on the Relationships Report button in the ribbon, if you like to change your Page Size, you can do that right here, or your Margins.

If I put a check mark in Print Data Only, you can print just list of fields without the page header, table headers or relationship lines, I'll go ahead and uncheck that box again, here I can change my page to Landscape which frequently makes the tables fit better. I notice that my last tables cut off, when I close the Print Preview it actually opens up a New Relationships Report and if I try and move my tables while I'm here, it actually move all the elements as separate objects, w...

Using relationship reports
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Using relationship reports provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Alicia Katz Pollock as part of the Access 2010 Power Shortcuts

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Business
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