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adjusting footer height

Posted on 2004-10-15
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can i  programatically adjust the footer height using visual basic?
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If you mean on a report, the report footer has a name (default is ReportFooterSection).

Within the report you can use:
 me.PageFooterSection.Height = [enter a value]

Access help isn't being nice to me at the moment, but I think that this needs to be entered in twips.  1440 = 1 inch
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sorry default should be PageFooterSection as I gave in the example.
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thanks

i knew what you meant

regards phill
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