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Deleting a Report Microsoft Access 2007

    Eventually, you may find you no longer need a report, so you might as well delete it. To delete a report, follow these steps:

    1. Click the downward-pointing arrow that appears in the left pane.

    A pull-down menu appears (refer to Figure 18-8).

    2. Click Tables and Related Views.

    Access displays a list of all your previously saved reports in the left pane.

    3. Click the report you want to delete.

    4. Click the Home tab.

    5. Click the Delete icon in the Records group.

    A dialog box appears, asking whether you really want to delete your report.

    Make sure you really want to delete a report because you won't be able to retrieve it afterwards.

    6. Click Yes (or No).

    In this part . . .

    After spending your valuable time figuring out the many powers and puzzles of Microsoft Office 2007, flip through this part of the book to find out the secret shortcuts and hints that can make any of the programs in Microsoft Office 2007 even easier and more effective for your personal or business use.

    Just make sure that your family, coworkers, or boss don't catch you reading this part of the book. They may stop thinking that you're an Office 2007 super-guru and realize you're just an ordinary person relying on a book. (Why not? Many of the best gurus do.)

    Then again, why not buy extra copies of this book and give them to your friends, coworkers, and boss so they'll be able to figure out how to use Office 2007 on their own and leave you with enough time to actually do some useful work?




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