ut. I realize that this command will print out the currentlyactive object, so I’m thinking I have to make the Report active first with. hi there! I’ve added the VBA ut to click property of a button on one of my forms. The form is filtered so only the current record is. (Q) How do I printout multiple copies of one report without having to use the port multiple times? (A) Use the Printout Method of the Docmd object.
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I am using Access 97 to print out the form. I would like to have one command button whereby it can specify a canon printer to print the form and another command to use Microsoft office document image writer to save the same form as an image.
Set your printer before PrintOut command: I do not answer coding questions via PM. If you want my help, then make a post and PM me it’s link.
If I can help, trust me I will This is how you set the active printer: Port End With And this is how you can search for a specific printer: The code in post 4 does not work for Access With Access, it is much harder and perhaps there is only one way the code has to do is: Save the system default printer name. Change the system default printer to the printer you want to print to.
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