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- Allen Browne #1
Re: Subform Header not showing
The Page Header is only really useful for printing out.
Since you generally create a report with the correct layout for printing
instead of printing the form, the form's Page Header is not really useful at
all, except to confuse people. :-)
Allen Browne - Microsoft MVP. Perth, Western Australia.
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"magmike" <email@example.com> wrote in message
news:nvmLa.firstname.lastname@example.org...> Page header. Now I see the problem. Added to Form Header (which wasn't
> visible by default) and added the button there. Now it shows up.
> So now another question - what the heck is the Page Header for if it wont
> show up?
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