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How can I make the datareport form print in landscape(orientation) run time mode without showing the print dialog box.
Also how can i make the form in design mode in landscape mode without getting the error "Report width is larger than paper width" tried adjusting reportwidth and width and still coming with that error message.Trying to print a report using Landscape.
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emoreau is correct, but u can also use some API calls if you don't agree to the license agreement of microsoft !
I have a need example I can mail to you!

D'Mzzl!
RoverM
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emoreau's answers is a definite plus
thanks so much
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