I have an embedded view in a parent doc which shows the responses to that parent doc. I want to show only a 2 inch window on the form, but I want to show all of the response entries in the printout. I figured this was a simple problem - just make the embedded view "fit the window" vertically. But that doesn't work because for whatever reason there is then a huge white space under the embedded view object when the document is printed out (even if the vertical height of the embedded view is set to something like 1 inch - but has "Fit To window" selected as well.
So, it's as though I have two choices : Have an embedded view which is only 2 inches high & doesn't show all the responses in the printout - or have an embedded view which expands during the printout, but then shows a huge white space when you read the document.
I thought a potential solution to that would be to have 2 embedded views which are showing the same thing. One of the embedded views would be set to a fixed 2 inches height, and would be used to view the document, with the hide-when set to hide the it during printouts. The other embedded view would be set to "Fit To window" and would only be used for printouts. However, the problem with that solution is that there is no hide-when setting which allows you to hide something all the time, except during a printout.
This is a problem that is much more difficult than it should be. Can somebody please give me some advice here ?