Print a report using command button on a form

Print a report using command button on a form

Post by Alex Martine » Thu, 01 Apr 1999 04:00:00

I would appreciate help on this one.  I am using Visual Basic 6.0 and I have
a form in which I have a command button, I would like to press the button to
preview a crystal report and if I am satisfy with the report I can then
print the report.  Thank You

1. Report always prints portrait instead of Landscape when activated from form button

I have a form which I have placed a button on to print a report. In
the design of the report I went to file | page setup... in paradox 8.0
and I selected landscape in the box. I saved the report, opened the
form, clicked the button, and the report always comes out portrait.
How do i make the form so it prints Landscape? Do I do this in the
code underlying the pushbutton method or is it from the properties of
the report?

Brian Lavender
Sacramento, CA

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