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Database Diagram printing problem

Posted on 2009-07-16
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When I print a Database Diagram (in SQL Server 2005),
the first 5 columns for the Column Name don't show:
instead a light grey color is displayed instead of the names.
Why is it doing this?
I have brand new HP laser printer.
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Question by:MikeMCSD
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by:60MXG
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You might want to go to File -->Page Setup and check your printer setup first.  The diagram might be place outside the printing area.
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by:MikeMCSD
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it prints the whole table, but it "greys out" the first few columns of each table
as described above.
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It only does this when I include "Data Type" with
the "Column Name" columns.
If I just have the "Column Name", it prints ok.
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