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Posted on 2011-02-23
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Dear Experts,

When my textbox (trip comments) with 'can grow' property set to true spans two pages the page header on the next page does not show - actually another blank page is created just to show the page header that did not display on the previous page because the textbox spanned two pages. Is there any way I can fix this? i.e. code if logic to check and see if the textbox will span two pages and force the contents onto the next page hopefully allowing the page header print or?????

Need this quick so offering max points.

Thanks!
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by:als315
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I can't reproduce your case. May be you can upload sample from your DB?
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by:shogun5
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als315:

I have attached the database. Just a heads up...the Print Preview is set to output .pdf but the actual print to file outputs to .rtf. The .rtf is the where the problem surfaces. I do not seem to have this problem with the .pdf version. The constraint is that the final product MUST be in .rtf or viewable in MS Word for further modifications by a third party if necessary.


stripped---down-trip-report.accdb
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Sorry, RTF format is always exported with problems. I see only one way, if you need it - fill document with VBA code in Word.
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Thanks. The link was helpful as a resource. I only wish that there was better integration between word and Access. Microsoft should have provided a simple way, as with RTF to create Word .Docs as well.
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