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I need to design report such that to be printed in pre-printed form. First page printout is ok. From second page onwards the alignment moves upwards alittle bit and for each page it moves a little bit up. Can anyone help me how to print the report in same position in each paper. Thanks in Advance.
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It doesn't fullfill my needs. Actually I have a pre-printed stationery. We can say an Invoice form. In that I need to print one record in each invoice. If I take print out one by one print out is fine. If I issue continuous printing i.e. more than 1 record the alignment from next record changes. The whole position moves up a little bit. So for each record it moves upwards. What is the way to solve this and print everything in same position.
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Sounds like you don't have your page fully developed.  Form is 11" long you are only using 10.9"

Check to ensure margins and headers are correct and that you are using the full printable area.

Are you using the report/page headers and footers for anything?

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I am not using any header and footer. Only having the details in details section. I will try the way u mentioned.
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That's what I suspected on the header and footer.

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Any how I solved the problem. The problem is in the printer setup the device settings is setuped such that it takes the paper as continuous feed without break instead of continuous feed with break. Once I changed it the problem is solved. anyhow thanksfor ur help mImcc and I accept ur comments as answer. Thanks alot.
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Good catch.  I hadn't thought about that aspect.  I have been using laser printers too long.

Glad I could help

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