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Repeat Steps 2 and 3 for each table and/or query in the database that you want to include in the report. Click Next to move on to the next page of the Report Wizard; then click Next again.

If, at any point, you want to add all the fields in a given table or query, just click the >> button to add all the Available Fields to the Selected Fields list.

Clicking Next twice bypasses grouping issues, which, for a simple report, are often unnecessary.

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