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how to print oracle reports in landscape

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Hi,
I am running oracle reports and printing postscript but i keep getting portrait
can anyone tell me which config files in oracle reports server are used for formatting the
report output

thanks
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Did you check the System Parameter (ORIENTATION -> Initial Value = Landscape)
also try this:
in Layout Model (while being in Object Navigator), make the properties of the Header, Main and Trailer sections : Orientation = Landscape
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