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Access 2003:  Report - Group Totals - separator line in the group footer is not always printing

Posted on 2011-03-24
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Hi EE,

Below is an uploaded mdb of 3 report.
 parent report - fixed fields
 subrep1 - course information for fall semester
 subrep2 - course information for sprint semester

Am using subReports as pseudo columns

Grouping the subReport by Semester.
In the Group footer, i drew a horizontal separator line, that i realize is not always showing.

if you run the subreport2 by itself, you will the last separator line printing
if you run the parent report that includes 2 subreports, the last separator does not show on the printed page


tx in advance for your ideas, sandra
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There is no attachment to view, but my experience with intermitant lines always seems to happen with lines set to Border Style=HairLine. Try changing to Border Style = 1pt and see that is dependable.
Hope this helps,
pT72
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by:mytfein
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Hi PT72,

tx sooo much,

followed your suggestion.... beautiful....  sorry forgot to upload file....

you solved it... tx, s
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