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Issue in setting orientaion of page from crystal report print preview

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I developed reports in Crytsal Reports 9.0 in landscape mode. When i print
the same from crystal reports it prints perfectly in Landscape even if the
printer setting is set to potrait by default.

But when i print the same report from the application developed in VB.Net
the report is printed in potrait. I need to change the default setting to
landscape everytime i Print the report. Do i need to pass orientation for
each report in front end also everytime as i have more than 100 reports of
different orientations in the application. When i print the report directly
to printer from the front end without previewing it, it prints perfectly.

Any Suggestions

Devesh Aggarwal
Jul 19 '05 #1
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If you're using VS 2002, then there's a bug in CR.NET that causes apps to
work as you describe.

However, in VS 2003 this problem is resolved...

Ron

"Devesh Aggarwal" <so*******@unieme.com> wrote in message
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I developed reports in Crytsal Reports 9.0 in landscape mode. When i print
the same from crystal reports it prints perfectly in Landscape even if the
printer setting is set to potrait by default.

But when i print the same report from the application developed in VB.Net
the report is printed in potrait. I need to change the default setting to
landscape everytime i Print the report. Do i need to pass orientation for
each report in front end also everytime as i have more than 100 reports of
different orientations in the application. When i print the report directly to printer from the front end without previewing it, it prints perfectly.

Any Suggestions

Devesh Aggarwal

Jul 19 '05 #2

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