Clearly there is enough room on legal size paper to fit all the columns of my report. But because the right margin gets set to 3. BTW -- I have another report in this database, which prints exactly how I want it to print.
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Home Forum Contact. I need to print address stickers from my report. So I should set my page properties margin to 0" but there seems to be some min value so when i change it to 0" it changes it back to somethin else Is there way to make the margins to be 0"??
This topic describes the techniques you can use to modify an existing Access report. Access provides two views that you can use to make changes to your report: Layout view and Design view. Your choice of which view to use depends on what specific task you are trying to accomplish.
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Just set up a new OfficeJet and the printer refuses to print roughly 15mm at the top and bottom of A4. The printer appears to be able to print 3mm margins all round an A4 page. Side margins are fine on my prints, but not top and bottom. A warm welcome to HP Support Community!
You'd like to give your applications' users some control over report layout, especially in designating column and margin settings. You could just let them loose in report design mode, but you'd like to maintain a little control over their actions. Is there some way to modify these layout settings from VBA?