How to print out background color in InfoPath 2007 browser form under MOSS form service

Posted on 2010-11-22
Last Modified: 2012-05-10
Hi InfoPath experts,

I am trying to print out a custom InfoPath 2007 browser form using "Print View" function offered by MOSS Form Service. It seems like the all background color formats has been stripped out when printed out. Interestingly, only font colors are remain the same in printed-out.
Is there a way to fix this issue? I know you can change the settings: , but it only applies for InfoPath Client Form, not browser-based Form!

Any help are appreciated!
Question by:RHADMIN
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Expert Comment

by:Justin Imes
ID: 34279525
this could be a browser issue, try this checking the Printing Background colors and Images in your internet options under Advanced

here is quick directions for internet explorer

hope this helps

Author Comment

ID: 34287295
Thanks Jimes82, it is not the case you mentioned, I've tried it. The print-out has the same issue on other browsers, like FireFox/Chrome.


Accepted Solution

RHADMIN earned 0 total points
ID: 34531151
Sorry, Jimes82, my overlook on a simple missing setting in Page Setup before print out - fixed.

Author Closing Comment

ID: 34613387
solution found

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