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Access report not reaching printer

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I had posted the following question earlier under, what I believe now
to be, a misleading subject line. Let me try again.

I have an A97 report with numerous sub-reports that can be viewed in
preview mode without any problem. However, when users print this
report (in a network environment), the report doesn't make it from
Access to the printer.

As this report can be printed when both the front-end and back-end
reside on my hard drive, I am speculating that network resources are
the issue. Can anyone speculate where in the chain from Access to the
physical printer my transmission is likely dying? What network
resources do I not have enough of? Is there a threshold where a report
that is too CPU- or memory-intensive simply cannot be printed?

Nov 13 '05 #1
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