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Printing in landscape doesn't work in Access 2010

Printing in landscape doesn't work in Access 2010

(OP)
I've got two customer systems that I've converted from Access 2003 to Access 2010 and all the landscape reports are now printing in portrait mode. I've tried using vba, and tried changing column settings and margin settings to correct this but to no avail.
Any suggestions would be welcome.

RE: Printing in landscape doesn't work in Access 2010

(OP)
I've discovered that you have to specify margins as well, in Access 2010, to get a report printing properly. Why the margin defaults aren't set to coincide with the selection of either portrait or landscape, as in earlier versions of Access, is beyond me. Once again no response to my problems on this site. I won't be using it any more.

RE: Printing in landscape doesn't work in Access 2010

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Once again no response to my problems on this site. I won't be using it any more.

That's unfortunate. It could be that your question is completely unrelated to the forum you posted it in, in this case a database forum. You may have had better luck in the Access Reports forum, or had you taken a look at the many FAQs regarding how to obtain better responses to your posts.

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I've tried using vba

Yes, but likely not the VBA that would solve your problem. No way of knowing since you neglected to post any of it here.
Microsoft has a great article and sample database to download that includes free code that would have solved your problem. If you are still interested, it can be found here:
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/Aa139946%28office.10%29.aspx

Again, sorry you left disappointed, and best of luck!

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