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Microsoft Access 2013 Last record of page bottom of border not showing on pdf.

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I use
DoCmd.OutputTo acOutputReport, "Total by Organization", "PDFFormat(*.pdf)", myfilename, True, "", , acExportQualityScreen

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to generate a pdf file. The report as viewed by Access has all the borders for each record. The pdf view cuts off the bottom border on the last record on each page. Does anyone know how to fix this. Thanks.
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This is a common problem with a few printer drivers that do not communicate properly the maximum dimensions available for printing.

Making the bottom margin a little bigger in the Page Setup of the report usually solves the problem.
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Thanks. Had to change the section height to correct the problem you pointed me in the right direction.
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