Report Orientation


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Leasha

In Access 2000 I have a main report with a subreport.
Page orientation is set to landscape for both reports.
I've downloaded and installed all service patches and it
still doesn't function as expected. The problem, the
first time the report is run it previews in portrait. I
open the page setup dialog and view the orientation, which
is set to landscape (as expected). I save and close the
report and when I run it subsequent to viewing the
orientation, it previews in landscape. Any ideas on
what's going on would be appreciated.
 
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Leasha

Have the same problem have been all around the other boards, same answe, install the SP3 but I also still get the problem
might be a MS team question to get the answer..?

IGGI
 
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to : (e-mail address removed) <[email protected]

From http://www.microsoft.com/office/com...=microsoft.public.access.reports&lang=en&cr=U

Seem its bigger than I though

Leash
In Access 2000 I have a main report with a subreport. Page orientation is set to landscape for both reports.
I've downloaded and installed all service patches and it still doesn't function as expected. The problem, the
first time the report is run it previews in portrait. I open the page setup dialog and view the orientation, which
is set to landscape (as expected). I save and close the report and when I run it subsequent to viewing the
orientation, it previews in landscape. Any ideas on what's going on would be appreciated

IGG
Leasha

Have the same problem have been all around the other boards, same answer, install the SP3 but I also still get the problem
might be a MS team question to get the answer..?

IGGII have the same problem but with a standard report, its landscape but open and closing it a few times it defaults backto portrait, is there an such module code that will force this to landscape.I'm running Access 2000 Premium version and have installed the Sp's but sill an Issue.Hel
 
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Albert D. Kallal

IGGI said:
Leasha,

Have the same problem have been all around the other boards, same answe,
install the SP3 but I also still get the problem,
might be a MS team question to get the answer..??

IGGI

Gee. I never seen anything that suggest that installing sp3 will fix this?
Where did you get this info from?

The question of lost printer settings comes up almost daily..and the
solution to this problem here:

ACC2000: Lost Printer Settings When Name AutoCorrect Is Enabled

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;240826

RESOLUTION
To resolve this problem, install Office 2000 Service Release 1/1a
(SR-1/SR-1a).

I am hard pressed to search and find any other solution offered then the
above....
 
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Guest

Email came back from MS and they don't deal with this issue and couldn't even tell me where to go to get help

No wonder all major companies are giving MS office the flick and moving to Lynx/Oracal.. system

IGGI
 
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Albert D. Kallal

Email came back from MS and they don't deal with this issue and couldn't
even tell me where to go to get help.
Gee...that is kind of bad. I always feel bad when someone gets the wrong
curve ball thrown at them.

I will also add that you don't even have to install sr-1 to fix this..but
simply turn off track-name autocorrect....(however, this bug is fixed by
installing the sr1 update...so there is two way to fix this problem).
 
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simply turn off track-name autocorrect...?

Where can I do this from, I sintalled the SR1 but it says Off. Premium doesn't reqire this update..???

Thanks for all your help Albert D. Kallal (Access MVP)

I think MS should give you a job as Tech. Support

IGG
 
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----- iggi wrote: ----

simply turn off track-name autocorrect...?

Thanks for all your help Albert D. Kallal (Access MVP)

I think MS should give you a job as Tech. Support

IGG

Found it, still does it now and then - tested by opening different type of reports orientations in fast sequence
and it still does it, but solves the problem short term

Thanks again Champion

IGGI - Sydney Australia
 
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Leasha

Thanks to all who replied to this inquiry. I've tried a
few different things and am down to thinking that it's
related to the printer configuration.

Leasha
 

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