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susendy

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Hi,
I had created a phone databasein access 2007 which is sorted by contacts, miscellaneous, facsimiles, conference rooms and another division the company has in california. I created a report based on this sorting, the report should not be more than two pages long as we are to print this report to handle it to the users for reference. Each page of the report is listing the records in three columns which includes four different fields as follow: FL, Name, ext # and fax #. The regular contacts are extended over the second page and the rest of the page should be ocupied by the other groups such as miscellaneous, conference room, facsimiles and california. Here is my problem:
I want just half of the second page to be ocupied by the continuation of the regular contacts and the other half of the page to list just two columns with the other groups separately instead of listing the other groups in the same columns as the regular contancts. The problem is that the regular contacts that are extending to the second page go all the way to the bottom of the page and continue in the next columns at the top instead of stoping at the middle of the page and continue at the top. I tried to set the bottom margins big enough so the columns stop at the middle of the page but this will change also the bottom margin in the first page. Please let me know if there is any way to make the columns to stop at the middle of the page on page 2 so I can list the rest of the groups separately at the bottom of the main contacts by attaching a second report with the other groups.
 
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