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New Access Tip: Restart Page Numbers
By Richard Rost   Richard Rost on Facebook Richard Rost on Twitter Richard Rost on LinkedIn Email Richard Rost   2/18/2009 2:29:37 AM

Ever want to know how to get a Microsoft Access report to start page numbering over again at 1 when a new section starts? See this tip:

Restart Page Numbering

New Access Tip Restart Page Numbers Link 
Gary Samuels 
The Restart Page Numbers tip works great, thank you! Is it possible to add a "of Pages"? So the results would look like: Page 1 of 3

Reply from Alex Hedley:

Add it to the string with the global [&Pages] variable. Read More...
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Sandra M     
Thank you. No, I haven't done recordsets before...

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The series I linked to is using 2003 but the methods are exactly the same, they are very powerful and useful to learn. Read More...
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Sandra M     
Thanks again for your reply on restarting page numbers while printing report as a booklet. Is it possible to get an example of the VBA for having a query loop? It would be nice to double-check what I am planning on doing. Thanks. Read More...
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Sandra M     
Thank you. Will try.
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Sandra Morimoto     
Hi. Thank you for the tip on restarting page numbers on a report. I tried it and it worked, EXCEPT that I want to print my report in booklet form, and while the page number restarts for each person I am printing the report for, the whole thing is printed as ONE booklet, instead of a booklet per person. Is there any way I can do this without having to print the report for each person separately? Right now I use a form with a command button to print a report for each person separately. (The command button has each person's ID.)I have to click for each person though... Some help would be great! Read More...
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