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Access 2010 emailing blank PDFs from inside Navigation Form

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I need to email an Access 2010 object (form) from inside a navigation form.
 I programed a macro that is successfully generating the email, but only the header is showing on the PDF attachment.
If I move records from the body of the form into the header (as an experiment) they show in the PDF, but the data is blank.
Has anyone encountered this before? Has anyone SOLVED it?! Thanks.
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Forms are not optimized for printing.  Create a report and then a .pdf of the report rather than the form.
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