Microsoft Access - Printing Headers, Footers, And Details On Separate Pages (Access 97/2000/2002)
There may be times when you'd like the detail information on a report separated from header or footer sections. For instance, a group footer may contain summary results that you want to print as a separate sheet. Fortunately, it's easy to control whether headers, footers, and detail sections begin on separate pages. Simply set the appropriate section's Force new page property. The default setting (None) prints the current section on the current page. However, the other settings allow you to force page breaks before and after the current section. Although you probably rarely print forms, it's worth noting that form sections also support a Force New page property.