Crystal report margin on windows 2003

Posted on 2005-05-03
Last Modified: 2012-05-05
We have recently migrated from Win2000/IIS 5 to Win 2003 /IIS 6.0.  We are using Crystal report 9.0. Many of the printed reports have their left margin cut off on the win 2003 environment, seemingly because the Crystal Reports component does not have a Default Margins setting in place. Any way to fix this? I know that a similar problem with Crystal Report 10 was fixed by manipulating HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Crystal Decisions\10.0\Crystal Reports\Export\Text\CharPerInch DWORD 0x0000000a (10). However, I do not even see the key under in the registry when I look. Any ideas?

Question by:ftacoukj
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    Accepted Solution

    In the printer setup there is also an option for no printer, this will also fix your margins. Well it did for us anyway

    Author Comment

    This had nothing to do with resolving our problems. We had to make program changes. For the purposes of this case, you can keep as is (I guess).

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