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Loosing Printer Settings

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I am hoping that some intelligent user in this group will be able to solve a
major problem I'm having.

I have a report in Access 97 SR2, that is set up as LEGAL, LANDSCAPE. But,
every time I run the report it reverts the printer settings to LETTER,
PORTRAIT. I know this problem exists in A2K. I tried the A2K "Autocorrect"
solution in 97, but it did not work...as I expected it not too...but it was
worth a try.

I have a medium amount of working knowledge in using VBA Code (enough to get
me by). Can anyone explain how to do this? I have looked on Google and
found a source, but it is incredibly complicated and it does not say where
to enter the code and where to call the code from.

I would truly appreciate any help.

Thanks,
Paul
Nov 13 '05 #1
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"Paul" <pz****@rogers.com> wrote in message
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I am hoping that some intelligent user in this group will be able to solve a
major problem I'm having.

I have a report in Access 97 SR2, that is set up as LEGAL, LANDSCAPE. But,
every time I run the report it reverts the printer settings to LETTER,
PORTRAIT. I know this problem exists in A2K. I tried the A2K "Autocorrect"
solution in 97, but it did not work...as I expected it not too...but it was
worth a try.

I have a medium amount of working knowledge in using VBA Code (enough to get
me by). Can anyone explain how to do this? I have looked on Google and found
a source, but it is incredibly complicated and it does not say where to enter
the code and where to call the code from.

I would truly appreciate any help.


Does your printer support legal paper?

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to this message. Send instead to...
RBrandt at Hunter dot com
Nov 13 '05 #2

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Yes. I have tested previewing and printing and there are no problems.

"Rick Brandt" <ri*********@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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"Paul" <pz****@rogers.com> wrote in message
news:2b********************@rogers.com...
I am hoping that some intelligent user in this group will be able to solve
a major problem I'm having.

I have a report in Access 97 SR2, that is set up as LEGAL, LANDSCAPE.
But, every time I run the report it reverts the printer settings to
LETTER, PORTRAIT. I know this problem exists in A2K. I tried the A2K
"Autocorrect" solution in 97, but it did not work...as I expected it not
too...but it was worth a try.

I have a medium amount of working knowledge in using VBA Code (enough to
get me by). Can anyone explain how to do this? I have looked on Google
and found a source, but it is incredibly complicated and it does not say
where to enter the code and where to call the code from.

I would truly appreciate any help.


Does your printer support legal paper?

--
I don't check the Email account attached
to this message. Send instead to...
RBrandt at Hunter dot com

Nov 13 '05 #3

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