Printing Reports in AC 2003 Hangs
I was wondering if someone could help me with this.
I have some reports that won't print. If you send it to a printer or PDF it will just hang.
The reports come up just fine, they look great just won't print
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I've been using Access 2007 and I've noticed quite a bit of lag when moving around in various parts of the program.
I might be adding a field to a table and when I tab over to select a field type Access hangs, creating a form hangs, switching views in reports or queries hangs, pretty much any changes made the software hangs. Usually the computer is fine but sometimes it makes the whole system lag.
My CPU usage doesn't go above 25% but it does bounce around from 15-25 when I'm working with it and when it hangs, so I'm not really sure.
I am printing several reports at one time from a command button. I would like to set the printer (same for all reports) for these reports before I open them. I cannot find a way to do this in access 2000.
Currently, I use this code, but it opens the print dialog for each report:
All of the code samples I find are 2003 or later. There are references online to printer utility code for A2000 from Albert Kallal, but all of the links are broken.
I have multiple reports that need to be printed at the same time. Aside from printing each one separately (there are roughly 20 different reports) is there a way to create a macros that allows the user to press one print button that prints all the reports
I use Access 2003. I have several reports that are printed with a Macro. The account data is provided from a query. This works fine for printing but now I want to save these reports to a directory and use them as attachments for an email.When I use output in the macro I get garbage. It should be in Rich Text. something is not working right, I'm out of ideas
Heres what I have so far
Object Type =Report
Object Name =Anything
Object Format =Rich Text Format
Object File =C:\Edocs\
Auto Start =No
I am receiving the following error when printing different reports to several different printers in Access 2007:
"The section width is greater than the page width, and there are no items in the additional space, so some pages may be blank. For example, the report width may be wider than the page width."
According to my co-workers this issue began immediately following the upgrade to version 2007 from 2003.
Previous threads in this forum have extensively discussed many ways of printing subreports whilst ignoring empty subreports. Interestingly, I came across another thread few years ago describing multiple reports printing using standard module. The VBA script can be, for example:
Public Function OpenMyReports()
So we can call on this function using codes from a switchboard item.
However, if the report has no values, only labels within that report with no values are printed.
But is there a way of not printing empty reports while using this code?
Could it be that additional codes may be necessary somewhere else
Reports will organize and group the information in a table or query and provide a way to print the data in a database. Learn how to create reports using the wizard, create reports in Design View and Printing reports.
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If I print it one-sided, everything works out perfectly with 2nd page blank in white.
I would like to solve this problem of two-sided printing
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