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Report Design - Line spacing

Report Design - Line spacing

Report Design - Line spacing

Can anyone tell me how to control line spacing(double vs single) in peachtree reports.  I want to make the check register single spaced and can't figure it out.  thanks

RE: Report Design - Line spacing

On most reports you can change spacing by selecting "options" then "fields"  when you are viewing the report.  Then just make sure that the "break" option is checked for each field that is checked.  You may then have to adjust the width of each field on the report in by clicking on the "design" button and dragging the fields to the left by clicking on the blue vertical line until the dotted line at the right of the page (which indicates the report is too wide to fit on a single page) disappears.

In the case of the check register I don't believe you can change the spacing.  However you can use the account register in the Account Reconciliation report group.

I hope this helps you.  Sorry I didn't answer you sooner, I don't use a PC at work anymore.

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