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I have a report that shows boxes around text I am using :

        Me.FillStyle = 1
        DrawStyle = 1
        DrawWidth = 8

On the screen it shows as a dashed line but prints as a solid line. Any ideas?
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by:Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)
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those properties does not look like an Access rectangle box properties.
is this an access report?
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by:DatabaseDek
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Hi Ray

I am using:
        Me.FillStyle = 1
        DrawStyle = 1
        DrawWidth = 8
    Me.Line (0, 0))-Step(200,200), 0, B
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Rey Obrero (Capricorn1) earned 2000 total points
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try reducing the DrawWidth value, start from 1
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by:DatabaseDek
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Thanks Ray!

Derek
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