Changing a report's print settings programmatically

I need to change a report's print settings by manipulating the prtDevMode and prtDevNames properties. From the web site I have an article by Ken Getz that explains how to do it. However I need a copy of his sample database CH10.mdb in order to be able to use his sample code.  If anyone could email me a zipped copy of this file I would be very grateful. My email address today (working from home) is "". Specifically I need to be able to change printers and bins (without continual user intervention each time they print the report).
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If you have "Access 97 Developer's Handbook" by <Sybex>, you have the CD with the samples.  If not, I have the book and the CD and can email you the chapter.


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kmuntzAuthor Commented:
Thankyou - I did not want to have to buy the book for Access 95 just to get this code. My Developer's book on Access 97 (by Leszinsky) does not address the problem of changing report printer setting programmatically.
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