Reports provide valuable information about the data stored in a database. You can build many types of reports in Access 2003, including Detail reports, Summary reports, reports that look like printed forms, and reports that contain graphs and other objects. Access offers many properties for customizing the look and behavior of each report to fit the users' needs. Understanding how to work with each property is integral to the success of the databases that you build. For more information about report design techniques, refer to Hour 17.

    Part III: Creating Your Own Database and Objects
    Part V: Advanced Topics