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PrintObject Macro

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I am working in Microsoft Access 2010. I can't seem to find what I am looking for. Would someone be able to tell me what the PrintObject macro action does, and how to use it? I have searched all over the internet and am not finding the information I need. I would love it if someone could help me out. Thanks so much!
Jul 29 '19 #1
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You may want to look at the PrintOut Method description, provided by Microsoft.

Hope this hepps!
Jul 30 '19 #2

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Thanks! I figured it out now
Jul 31 '19 #3

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Now I'm confused. I could find almost nothing about PrintObject - even the link Twinny posted had no reference to it. The only page that referred to it simply said to use it.

What is it and why is it so obscure?
Aug 22 '19 #4

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Using the PrintObject macro action is identical to manually selecting the menu options File and then Print. It applies to whatever object is currently active, even if not open. For example if you have a query selected in the Navigator pane, it will perform a File, Print after opening that query.
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Thank you :-)
Apr 25 '20 #6

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