Creating an Access 2007 query with results similiar to a Crosstab query

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Access 2007
Access 2007 Query
CrossTab Query

I am new to Access and I have an Access 2007 database that has a table that has the following fields:  Employee Name, Date Worked, Yes/No for Paperwork Received and Yes/No for Paperwork Returned.  Is it possible to create a query that I can run a report off of that will show one row for each employee, for each day of a selected month, a Y/N field showing if the employee worked that day, if the paperwork was received, and if the paperwork was returned based on the information in the table.  Sort of like a pivot table or crosstab query.  For example the table looks like this: 

Employee	Date Worked	Received   Returned
Joe Blow	4/1/2014	Y	      N
Joe Blow	4/2/2014	Y	      Y
Joe Blow	4/4/2014	N	      N
Joe Blow	4/21/2014	Y	      Y
Query results should look like this:
Employee Day1 Rec1 Ret1 Day2 Rec2 Ret2 Day3 Rec3 Ret3 Day4 Rec4 Ret4 . . . Day21 Rec21 Ret21
Joe Blow Y Y N Y Y Y N N N Y N N . . . Y Y Y


Software/Hardware used:
Access 2007

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