Exercise: Fully formatted report

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Category ==> Access 2010  (66 exercises)
Topic ==> Creating reports  (4 exercises)
Level ==> Harder than average
Courses ==> Access Querying  /  Access Developers
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Create a query to show the gender and name of each pet, together with what each pet eats and its colour:

Access 2010 exercise - Creating reports (image 1)

Your query might look like this

Using any method you prefer, create the following report called repPetByGender.  This report shows what the Boy group will look like - you should force a new page after this group, and the report should show girl pets in the same format on page 2.

Access 2010 exercise - Creating reports (image 2)

You can use conditional formatting to make red pets appear in red text

Save and close your report.

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