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Access 2010 Printing an Extra page

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I have found a Microsoft KB Article that details a problem printing extra pages. KB 2525484.

I am tyring to see if there is a patch from them for this before I start looking at making these changes.

Does anyone know if they have a pathc for this?

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Question by:vmccune
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unfortunately, None yet
the last SP is SP1 dated June 2011  which is before the KB article you mentioned was published  > Article ID: 2525484 - Last Review: October 25, 2011 - Revision: 2.0
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<Just to check the box...>

Double-check your report to make sure the report width + left and right margin isn't going over the width of the page, and that there's no blank space towards the bottom of the reports detail or footer sections that is forcing a page break.
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Usually it will say in the article if a hot fix is available.

Given that there is a work a round in the article, I doubt they'd issue a hot patch, which is only done for significant problems.

 Follow the work a round.

Jim.
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