Print Relationships in Access

One should be grateful for Microsoft Access as it has made it easy to get printable graphs of relationships. No need to buy bulk paper as Access has simplified printing relationships with just two options. Now it's possible by to do so with just a few clicks in Access 7. The relationships can directly be printed by clicking on the relationship report in the database's tools. Microsoft Access is an excellent tool which has proved useful in merging relationships by first viewing the relationship report and then using the printing command. Modifications can be made to a report during the preview session by editing the report in Microsoft Access.


How can I print graphs of relationships in Access?


To print the relationships in Access 2007, you must go the Database Tools Tab/ Relationship / Relationship Report

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