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Blank page after report header

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Dear read,

In a detailed part of a report you can use a form as print layout.

In case the number of record to be printed are not fit in one page the group
header will print on top of the page

and the details are printed on the next page.

Is there any reason for this behavior, I expect printing of the detailed
records will start directly after the group break.

Tanks for any suggestion.

Kind regards,

Simon van Beek



Dec 2 '05 #1
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"S. van Beek" wrote
In a detailed part of a report you can use a form as print layout.
Generally, it is a good idea to revisit the design if you save a Form as a
Report, if that is what you mean. A well-designed Form is for user
interaction; a well-designed Report is for viewing (esp. view of the hard
copy as printed).
In case the number of record to be printed are not fit in one page the group header will print on top of the page

and the details are printed on the next page.

Is there any reason for this behavior, I expect printing of the detailed
records will start directly after the group break.


I'd suggest, in Design View of the Report, you open the Property Sheet of
the Group Header and look at the Force New Page, New Row or Col, and Keep
Together properties. If none of those seem to be the problem, click on the
Detail Section and look at the same properties.

If you have saved a Form as a Report, I wouldn't predict what the settings
might be, but you can always change them manually, in Design View.

Larry Linson
Microsoft Access MVP
Dec 3 '05 #2

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