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Sometimes when I export to PDF the lines and fields seem to be messed up.

In one place when I select a PDF printer to print to it comes out good.

Is there any other way to ensure when exporting to PDF the lines and columns dont get a bit messed?

(I meant exporting to PDF - not excel)

Edited by: Ben_Klein on Mar 4, 2009 8:42 PM

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it's happened because the field has no native title.

The quick solution for belonging the native title to the field is:

1. remove all titles

2. mark the field

3. go to Insert->Field Heading

or

4.press right button on mouse and choose Insert->Field Heading

After it !!don't move!! the titles from field to field

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Former Member
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Please describe "messed up". PDF is usually (for me, anyway) the best choice to prevent "messed up" output!

Carl

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I mean if there are columns sometimes the text box header of a column might now end up on a dividing line for example. (if lines were used and text boxes as column labels)

Ben