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Hi All,
In an Acces97 application I have a report which in design mode I set
the right/left print margins to 0.5"

The report, for several user now does not print using the default
values that were set in the report but instead, is now printing the
report using the default setting that are set at the PC level(1.5" and
1.5") which messes up the report to an un-readable state because of
warp-around. This just started recently, before the default setting
that I set within design view of the report within Access have always
overrode the default setting at the PC level.
Any ideas of what is going on or what to check?
bobh.

Nov 13 '05 #1
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On 21 Jan 2005 09:03:49 -0800, vu******@isp.com wrote:
Hi All,
In an Acces97 application I have a report which in design mode I set
the right/left print margins to 0.5"

The report, for several user now does not print using the default
values that were set in the report but instead, is now printing the
report using the default setting that are set at the PC level(1.5" and
1.5") which messes up the report to an un-readable state because of
warp-around. This just started recently, before the default setting
that I set within design view of the report within Access have always
overrode the default setting at the PC level.
Any ideas of what is going on or what to check?
bobh.

Hi
1. Is the report saved with a specific printer set, as opposed to the
default printer? If so, your error may/will occur if the target system
does not have that printer driver installed.

2. Are any of your users actually running your A97 database with later
versions of Access? Your error occurs in several of these in various
situations if all the service packes have not been installed.

HTH
David

Nov 13 '05 #2

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