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Font problems in Info

Font problems in Info

Font problems in Info

We have been running SI 7.5 without error for a while now, but when the account that the Info services were using was changed, the fonts in successful reports looks to have got bigger.
Reports that previously fitted on one page now spill over to two, and fonts that fitted in boxes now don't!
My first thought was to set a default printer for the NT account that is now used, but this has not improved things.

Any ideas?


Steve - Network Coordinating in the UK

RE: Font problems in Info

I think that you're on the right track, but you need to set default to the same printer as it used to be, and make sure that you have the same fonts installed.


RE: Font problems in Info

What a fool!

It turned out that the problem was sorted by my actions, but I was checking existing successful reports instead of running new ones!
Must have been a bad day.......


Steve - Network Coordinating in the UK

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