I have an Access 2003 ADP with SQL Server 2000 Backup.
I have about 30 user using this system. I print some word documents internally and lots of differnt Access reports.
The majority work on a Server (via thin client)
The have HP Lasejet 2430 with 2 feeder trays.
The bottom tray always contains pre printed stationary, tray 2 always has plain paper. I can control the printing of word docs using vba so that my letters always got to tray 3. The users default tray is tray 2. So all my reports are defaulted to tray 2.
This all works a treat.
However, I have some users who sit in offices with PC's and directly connected printers. These printers do not have the extra tray. They have Manual Tray and Tray 1.
When the application is loaded for these users it interprets the tray to be manual.
This requires the user to perform a physical override for every report they run.
Is there some way to detect these users (via their default printer) and perform a tray detting manaully.
I think this would have to be done within access after it has loaded.
I therefor assum that I might need to open the report in design mode and change the tray settings before printing and change them back again afterwards.
I don't know how to code this.
does anyone have any ideas.