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    Footer Fun (2000)

    As a total novice with more experience with Access than anyone else at my company, I've been asked to setup a report (form letter) to announce an across the board price increase to our customers. I've successfully populated the report so that it addresses each letter to each customer, stated the change, lists all of the parts numbers for that customer with their old and new prices, and signs the letter.

    The signature portion is located in the PAGE FOOTER. The issue is that it always appears at the very bottom of the page regardless of how long the list of part numbers. Is there a way to have that print a set distance from the bottom of the DETAIL section?

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    Re: Footer Fun (2000)

    You could group the report by customer, and place the signature in the group footer for customer.

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    Re: Footer Fun (2000)

    Thanx. Sorry to bother you with such a mundane question. Your solution works great.

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    Re: Footer Fun (2000)

    No need to apologize. This kind of thing is easy when you already know the solution, but hard to find when you don't.

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