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Not sure what is going on but...

I am running visual studio 2008 on windows 7 64 bit

I created a report server project via Business Intelligence Development studio
(Sql server 2008 R2)

I can preview reports just fine but when I try to print them I get a message saying it is printing but nothing prints

I check the print queue and it says spooling

Though only way out is to force vs 2008 to close

Any ideas?????
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Sounds like you may have to re-install VS 2008
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