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Mahatmt (Programmer)
7 Mar 03 12:16

Is it possible to open an Access Report (called by the DoCmd.OpenReport action) in a reduced zoom so that the entire report is viewable without scrolling of chaning the Zoom with the Fit setting?   I have a landscape report that is large than the screen resolution when it is first opened.

Thanks.

CosmoKramer (Programmer)
7 Mar 03 12:38
Sure,

DoCmd.OpenReport.......
DoCmd.RunCommand acCmdZoom75
Genengineer (TechnicalUser)
7 Mar 03 12:57
This SOO cool!  I was wondering how to fix this problem - and there was the answer.  One limitation, you can only use the zoom values that are in the pull down box of the command - you can't use 80 for example.  However, we'll take waht we can.

Ray Shillito (Genengineer)
Mahatmt (Programmer)
7 Mar 03 13:04
Thanks CosmoKramer:

How about zooming To Fit instead of 75% (acCmdZoom75)?  the bet fit is about 90%.

Thanks.


CosmoKramer (Programmer)
7 Mar 03 13:15
In A97 you are limited to the available selections, but I beleive there is a new option "acCmdZoomSelection" available with A2K. I don't know how or if it works though.....

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