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I STILL NEED HELP WITH PRINTING 3 COLUMNS

I STILL NEED HELP WITH PRINTING 3 COLUMNS

I STILL NEED HELP WITH PRINTING 3 COLUMNS

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I still can't figure out way my end users can't send a three column report via e-mail without the margins screwing up. The reports look fine on the monitor and prints fine, but when they try to send them via e-mail (outlook 97).

Remember
1.  We're using Access 97, Outlook 97, and MS Word 97.
2.  We're on a LAN
3.  No other problems (viewing or printing).
4.  Reports must be sent as Rich text format.  
5.  I tried changing columns, Margins, Paper size,      
    orientation the margins are still screwed up.
PLEASE HELP ME...

RE: I STILL NEED HELP WITH PRINTING 3 COLUMNS

Make sure the recipients have the same version of Word or higher.  Also, send the document from within Word:
File > Send To > Mail Recipient.  Hope this helps.  

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