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Access Report Borders with Can Grow

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Hi,
I have an Access report with a large number of fields.
I need it to print on one page, so I have squeezed the fields together and turned on Can Grow.
My problem is that I need some sort of vertical separation, either with a vertical line or by turning on the fields's border.
How can I set this vertical line to a consistent height so that it looks tidy with Can Grow turned on?
Thanks
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Question by:greep
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You can add a Line and then set that lines Height/Width in the Detail Sections Print or Format event.
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Jeffrey Coachman earned 500 total points
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greep,

A very wise man once referred me here as well:
http://www.lebans.com/PrintLines.htm

JeffCoachman
;-)
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