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Ms Access, Sorting For Cutting.

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#1 AlexG40


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Posted 26 June 2007 - 01:55 PM

I have an Access report that creates 8 cards on an A4 sheet, this is all good but when I have printed 40 sheets and then wish to cut the cards on the guillotine, the cards then have to be hand sorted back in to sequence. Is there a way to have access sort the cards so that it will effectively leave me with 8 stacks of sequenced cards which I simply have to stack on top of each other to complete the job?

That makes sense to me but if it isn't clear what I mean please tell me!

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