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Setting Page Printing in a Reporting

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Re: Access 2003

My client has a printer that can print single-sided or double-sided.
The default settings for this printer in Windows is double-sided
printing for the bulk of their work.

Their Access app has two reports, and they want Report1 to always
print single-sided and they want Report2 to always print double-sided.

I checked the preferences in "Page Setup" for each independent report
object and only found 3 tabs: Margins, Columns and Page.
(closest I could get to was "Use Specific Printer")

Where can I set the page printing output of each report object to
either single-sided or double-sided?

Thanks.

Sep 12 '07 #1
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On Wed, 12 Sep 2007 10:49:24 -0700, rl*********@yahoo.com wrote:

Check the help file for the Printer object and its Duplex property.

-Tom.

>Re: Access 2003

My client has a printer that can print single-sided or double-sided.
The default settings for this printer in Windows is double-sided
printing for the bulk of their work.

Their Access app has two reports, and they want Report1 to always
print single-sided and they want Report2 to always print double-sided.

I checked the preferences in "Page Setup" for each independent report
object and only found 3 tabs: Margins, Columns and Page.
(closest I could get to was "Use Specific Printer")

Where can I set the page printing output of each report object to
either single-sided or double-sided?

Thanks.
Sep 13 '07 #2

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Check the help file for the Printer object and its Duplex property.

ok, thank you Tom. I haven't used the printer object much as many of
the systems I write for clients have only required default printing
capabilities for all reports, but I will take a look at it.

Thanks.

Sep 14 '07 #3

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