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ms access / two-sides printing business cards

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I need 8 cards on one sheet of paper with data on both sides.

I tried this by using two subreports in my main report and use only
the top 8 records for the source. After printing a page i set a field
called PrintDate and print the next.

This produces a lot of printjobs on my network printer and the data on
the backside isn't well organised cause there're two colums on the
subreports.

Does anybody have a better idea?

Feb 25 '07 #1
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Ricks wrote:
I need 8 cards on one sheet of paper with data on both sides.

I tried this by using two subreports in my main report and use only
the top 8 records for the source. After printing a page i set a field
called PrintDate and print the next.

This produces a lot of printjobs on my network printer and the data on
the backside isn't well organised cause there're two colums on the
subreports.

Does anybody have a better idea?
Yes, you can program or are willing to try to program.

Open up an VBA module and type MoveLayout, NextRecord, PrintSection.
Highlite one of those 3 words and press F1.
Feb 26 '07 #2

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