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Line spacing in access reports

Posted on 2007-11-30
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How do I control the line spacing within the detail section of an access report?  I'm working with very small fonts (4 pt or 6pt), and I want to be able to almost print one line right under the line above, almost leaving no space between lines.

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Make sure your fields are all at the top of the section (Top = 0)
Make sure your fields are the proper height for your font size.
Make sure that your section is the same height as your fields.
Do not leave any space above or below your fields in the section or that will show up on your report.
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