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landscape with data report

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I want to be able to setup the page as a landscape view, (like Crystal report).
I want to see it whith VB6 and when I will print it.
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by:Mirkwood
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Try
Printer.Orientation = vbPRORLandscape
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by:robertbeauregard
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It's not working.

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Like i said previously it's seem's that this not possible with data report at this moment.  This response is from Microsoft.

The only way i've heard from know is that if you have a local printer and you configure your local printer in landscape it might work, i've never tried it yet.


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