The page setup script steps must be resaved every time the printer type
changes. If you use your solution at several different locations, it is a
definite advantage to use the same printer type at each location. If you
have no control over this, you can get around endless tweaking by allowing
the page setup and print dialogs to show so that users can make manual
adjustments. Including a Show Message script step describing the settings
for each (page size, orientation, scale, etc) can be helpful.
in article [email]a76dec2d.0309121817.126045fposting.google.com[/email], David Averbach at
[email]davidaverbachearthlink.net[/email] wrote on 13/9/03 12:17 PM:
> Does anyone know how to control portrait/landscape when you move a
> database to a new computer. It seems that these page setup settings
> are not saved. Would that be the same if one changed printers, or is
> it computer-based---could someone please explain this to me?
> David Averbach
> UC Bekeley