Access 2000

  Tefal 15:20 01 Dec 03
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Hi Folks

Further to my posting about Excel, would it be possible to something similar is Access?

I'm using MS Office 2000 Pro and would like to set the default page in Access to open and print in Landscape view when creating a table, without having to go to page setup every time.

Any suggestions would be appreciated.

Many thanks

Andy

  Tefal 17:21 01 Dec 03

Refresh please

  Tefal 08:59 02 Dec 03

Refresh please

  Chris the Ancient 09:21 02 Dec 03

I don't think it can be done in Access. This is because you can't even uses macro to setup page layouts. It is far too deeply embedded in the application! The only way that I know can work is to set up the page layout for your particular object when you first print it - and then the database should remember that setting.

However, the forum that may be able to shed more light on the subject is a click here They have a wealth of Access gurus there.

HTH

Chris

  Tefal 12:21 02 Dec 03

Thanks Chris, I shall give it a try.

Andy

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