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  • Level: GCSE
  • Subject: ICT
  • Word count: 206

ICT Project: Reporting

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Starting of Reports: Click on the Reports button on the table. On the Reports Table, click 'Create report by using Wizard. Click on the down arrow to select which query do you want to use for making a report. ...read more.


After that click 'Next'. On this step, you are allowed to choose 4 different fields, and sort them in order. Now you can choose the lay out of your report. ...read more.


This is where you arrange the layout of your report. Final look of the Member and Query Report: Since the steps of all reports are the same, so what I will do is I will only show the final view of them. Members Report: Products Report: Staff Detail's Report: Suppliers Report: Staff Salaries Report: ...read more.

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