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Access printing extra page in reports

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Can you please tell me why access prints an extra page when either printing or previewing a report.

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Check if you have 'Force new page' setting turned on for report footer.
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I would bet that one of your controls in one of the sections is just a little bit too wide for the section. Try one of these two things:

1. Shrink the margins a little bit
2. Stretch the right edge of the report in design view a quarter inch or so to the right.

See if one of those takes care of it. (If you don't have room to stretch the report or change the margins, then put your mouse in the ruler across the top of the screen on the far right edge of the report and click. See what gets highlighted -- it's probably a line/border that's a little too wide.

Hope that helps.

brewdog
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Your answer was spot on brewdog, thanks again.
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cheers, youre a superstar brewdog  - it worked!!!

Thanks.
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