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Can't stop one page report from using two pages on printer

Can't stop one page report from using two pages on printer

(OP)
Have a one page ACCESS report that I am sending to a number of folks via email. However, I cant get it to stop using two pieces of paper instead of one when it prints. The report and a blank sheet of paper I have resized the width of the report in design mode and set the width property, but nothing works.

ACCESS 2010 Windows 7

Thanks in advance

jpl

RE: Can't stop one page report from using two pages on printer

How are you sending via email? Is this a PDF? Can you provide the significant properties such as the paper size, margins, and report width?

Duane
Hook'D on Access
MS Access MVP

RE: Can't stop one page report from using two pages on printer

(OP)
I figured it out., I think. I couldn't set the width in the properties to 8, it would set itself to more than 8. So I experimented with a blank document and could set the width to 6 and the form would resize to 6 on the top scale bar. I figured that it must be the controls, so I did 2 things. I squeezed the controls toward the center of the page and rest the margins in print setup to the minimum it would take and the second sheet of paper was gone. In the future I will size the blank form/report first, check the print margins and as I add controls test print now and again..

Hope this helps someone else.

Thanks

jpl

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