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I want to set the pagesettings of a report in MS Access 2000.

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I want to set the pagesettings of a report in MS Access 2000. I found out how to change the printer with code in MS Access 2000, but now I need to change the pagesettings as well.
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by:Jeffrey Coachman
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irudyk,

Oh, ...

Congratulations on all of your "rookie" awards!
;-)

Jeff
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Thanks!  I see that you've got some Assist awards for Q3 under you belt as well...great effort!
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Thanks, but sadly, my best Zone, (Access Reports) is not listed.
:-(
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by:irudyk
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LOL...looks like your "sad" story got you some sympathy points Jeff ;-)
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by:Jeffrey Coachman
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irudyk:,

Oy!
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by:Jeffrey Coachman
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Frans_Truyens,

I don't know what happend, but my post should definitely NOT have been accepted as the solution!
:-O

To correct this oversight, and assign the points to irudyk, please click the "Request Attention" button in your original post.
;-)

JeffCoachman
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I'm still confused?
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by:Jeffrey Coachman
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irudyk,

Can you follow up on this to make sure you are correctly assigned to points.

Jeff
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by:irudyk
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Hi Jeff,

Yeah, I clicked the request attention button at the top, so I assume eventually someone will get a chance to look into it.
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Well this solved my problem. Thanks for the comment.

Frans
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