It may be useful to display the name of the Microsoft Access database on a report, that you have printed the report from. This way, you can keep track of the source of the report and its data, especially if you have access to many databases.
This is quite a simple procedure and all that is required is as follows:
In design view this should now look like the following example:
Design view of the report, including the expression to record the database name on the report
This is how the report will now look when you view in print preview or print out. You can see the database name, in red stating "which database the report was printed from" (in this case the "Reporting" database):
The report in preview mode, displaying the name of the database that the report is printed from.