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How to Insert Date and Time into the Header and Footer Sections of Your MS Access Report ?


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Microsoft Access 2016 lets users design their reports with ease and most advantageous way compared to other dedicated reporting tools. There are various formatting choices that give flexibility and make reports more efficient. Microsoft Access 2016 has a report Wizard (as a starter point) that walks you through the process of creating a report. The report look and feel will greatly depends on the user’s requirements. The more complex it gets, the higher the degree of customization is needed. The greatest strength of any report is in its structure. If the report is informative, it will surely stand out. You can improve your reports by inserting headers and footers, adding logos, and changing […]

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Access Report VBA: Using Some VBA Report Properties To Automate Your Microsoft Access Reports


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Working and automating an Access report VBA will require some knowledge of the module window (VBE), the defined sections and an insight to pre-defined events for each element of a report design interface. However, let’s take a step back and identify some of the report properties that can be used in a module that do not appear in a standard design view layout for a report. The three I want to highlight here and you may want to note are: […]

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