Access 2007 VBA Bible: For Data-Centric Microsoft Office by Helen Feddema

By Helen Feddema

Find out how to faucet the complete power of entry 2007 move entry information seamlessly among Microsoft workplace functions - and that is only for starters. during this all-new, complete consultant through recognized entry professional Helen Feddema, you will discover ways to write visible uncomplicated code that automates entry database initiatives, creates standalone scripts, extracts and merges information, and lets you prepare robust options. even if you are a newbie or an influence consumer, this is often the publication you must be triumphant with entry 2007.

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29 Naming the vertical axis of a PivotChart. 30. 30 Making the PivotChart’s Legend visible. 31. 31 A completed PivotChart. Access 2007 reports have some interactivity, and PivotTables and PivotCharts have almost unlimited interactivity, but both have a serious limitation: the interactivity is available only when you are working in the Access database; when you send an Access report, PivotTable, or PivotChart to someone else who doesn’t have Access, say as a PDF file, the recipient gets a read-only image of the report, PivotTable, or PivotChart, with no interactivity.

There are many ways to export data from Access to Word; which one to use depends on the circumstances, the type of data to export, and user preferences. This chapter discusses the various types of Word documents you can create and the methods you can use to fill them with data, with basic examples. CROSS-REF NOTE IN THIS CHAPTER Word documents and templates Working with Word bookmarks Working with the TypeText method For more complex and realistic examples of exporting Access data to Word documents, see Chapters 6 and 12.

8 A dialog form for editing header and signature block information and selecting a letter and contact. 9. With Rich Text formatting now supported in Access forms and reports, you may not need to produce a Word letter to get the look you want in printed documents. However, compared with Word, Access reports using Rich Text–enabled Memo fields have one significant limitation. In Word, you can place merge fields or DocProperty fields within a block of text, so that merged data or data stored in document properties will print at a certain point in the text, with the surrounding text wrapping as needed, depending on the length of the text in the fields.

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