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Infopath 2003: My 'footer' does not get printed

Posted on 2008-10-15
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Some of our forms do not get the footer printed. If I create a new one, printing the footer is not a problem.

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I have had my templates get corrupted sometimes and the footer have issues.  Does it stay after you recreate it?  Or are you saying existing forms have an issue but new forms do not?
I would also look at the data that is in the footer and possibly what the form is doing. Is there enough space for the footer?
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Meantime i figured it out, the template seems to be corrupt. copy and paste in a new one did the job! thank you!
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