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Use VB to print landscape in Active Reports

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I am trying to design postcards in Active Reports for people to mail. I am using Avery #8577 Postcards,which are Portrait. I could not find any help in the Data Dynamic KB. Is there any code which could let me print in Landscape to make it look like a professional postcard.
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Have you tried using:

ActiveReport1.Printer.Orientation = ddOLandscape
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Thanks
When I tried before I used the wrong syntax. Works great. Appreciate the help.
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thanks for the points...glad I could help.
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