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We know your business data is important; we listen to your concerns, ask questions, and gather information from all stake holders. We discuss your needs and requirements for your database. We find out what you want, why you need various features so we can obtain as much information as possible. Once we have the information we need, we work with you to design the proper database architecture, plus the dashboards, the questions (queries), forms, and reports you need for an excellent database system.
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Selecting Report Objects
To select a single report object, click it; selection handles appear around the selected object. After you select the object, you can modify any of its attributes (properties), or you can size, move, or align it.
To select multiple objects so that you can manipulate them as a unit, use one of the following techniques:
• Hold down the Shift key as you click multiple objects. Each object you click is then added to the selection.
• Place your mouse pointer in a blank area of the report. Click and drag to lasso the objects you want to select. When you let go of the mouse, any object even partially within the lasso is selected.
• Click and drag within the horizontal or vertical ruler. As you click and drag, lines appear indicating the potential selection area. When you release the mouse, all objects within the lines are selected.
Make sure you understand which objects are actually selected; attached labels can cause some confusion. Figure 6.12 shows a report with four objects selected: the Client ID and Intro Date labels and the CompanyName and DefaultRate text boxes. The Company Name and Default Rate labels and the ClientID and IntroDate text boxes are not selected. If you were to modify the properties of the selected objects, those controls would be unaffected.
Moving Objects Around
If you want to move a single control along with its attached label, click the object and drag it to a new location. The object and the attached label move as a unit. To move multiple objects, use one of the methods explained in the preceding section to select the objects you want to move. After you select the objects, click and drag any of them; the selected objects and their attached labels move as a unit.
Moving an object without its attached label is a trickier process. When placed over the center or border of a selected object (not on a sizing handle), the mouse pointer looks like a hand with all five fingers pointing upward. This indicates that the selected object and its attached label move as a unit, maintaining their relationship to one another. However, if you place your mouse pointer directly over the selection handle in the object’s upperleft corner, the mouse pointer looks like a cross-bar. This indicates that the object and the attached label move independently of one another so that you can alter the distance between them.
Aligning Objects with One Another
To align objects with one another, you must select them first. Click the Arrange tab. Then select the appropriate button in the Control Alignment group. The selected objects will align in relation to each other.
Watch out for a few “gotchas” when you’re aligning report objects: If you select several text boxes and their attached labels and align them, Access tries to align the left sides of the text boxes with the left sides of the labels. To avoid this problem, you have to align the text boxes separately from their attached labels.
During the alignment process, Access never overlaps objects. For this reason, if the objects you’re aligning don’t fit, Access can’t align them. For example, if you try to align the bottom of several objects horizontally and they don’t fit across the report, Access aligns only the objects that fit on the line.
This material orginally appeared in Alison Balter's book Mastering Microsoft Office
Access 2007 Development. Reprinted here by author's permission.
When you need a Microsoft Access programmer for your New York NY business, phone call MS Access Solutions at (323) 285-0939. We have over 25 years experience in Microsoft Access programmer solutions. We create Access database applications for all sectors, consisting of hospitals, government companies, the U.S. military, universities, agriculture, workers services, and insurance provider. We can take care of the most advanced as well as complicated Access and also SQL Server database programming for your business as well as smaller projects, like fixing damaged Access database forms, MS Access reports, Access macros, and VBA code.