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Is there a way to save Landscape orientation for a table?

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every time I open my table and want to print I have to go to printer setup
to chance it to landscape and to change the margin size. Can you save
those settings?
Nov 12 '05 #1
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If you are using Access 2000 this is a known bug and is documented in the
Microsoft Knowledgebase article:
Q245021 'List of Fixed Problems in Microsoft Office 2000 Service Release
1/1a (SR-1/SR-1a)'
And specifically:
Q240826 'Lost Printer Settings when Name Autocorrect is turned on'

Turn off the Name AutoCorrect feature as a temporary 'fix'.
Then download and install the Service Release 1/1a.

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Fred

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every time I open my table and want to print I have to go to printer setup
to chance it to landscape and to change the margin size. Can you save
those settings?

Nov 12 '05 #2

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You can set the printer properties to use landscape by default.
But....tables aren't meant for printer output. And, if you have a
normalized data structure then table printouts aren't going to mean
much.

Create a report to printout the data in the table. You can do a *lot*
with reports - including printer settings.

- Jim

On Tue, 4 Nov 2003 11:02:12 -0500, "lbbs" <no**@mfergetel.com> wrote:
every time I open my table and want to print I have to go to printer setup
to chance it to landscape and to change the margin size. Can you save
those settings?


Nov 12 '05 #3

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