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Modifying Form Header Width

Posted on 2011-09-23
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I have a form header that is set to 10.7917 - I try to drag it to be smaller and it wont, I also try to change properties to be smaller (9.5) and when I exit the field it reverts back to 10.7917

The problem is when the user prints this page its set to landscape letter but 10.7917 is making it print a blank page - I need it smaller (there doesn't appear to be any controls past 7 - just empty space.

How can I change this? (see image)

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reason is,
there are controls that occupy the part to the right of the form...
they could be in the Detail, Footer or Header section
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My detail is set to: 9.875

There is no footer or header
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Just realized, the detail pain was set to 10.7917 - just couldn't see it til I moved the subform window. Thanks - your a genius!
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