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Access 2000 Print Form Landscape and fit to page?

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Is there a way to make Access 2000 Print a Form in Landscape and fit to page?
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Forms are not intended to be printed. Their main purpose are screen display. Reports are design for printing. So if you create a report from the form you can set its orientation to landscape.
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