Extra Page Printing

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Microsoft Access 2007
Microsoft Access printing
When I print a form I select a record but it gives me an extra page with part of the header printed with it.

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Access 2007

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Remove formatting from extra cells. Formatting equals “I want this printed,” somehow in Excel.

Select the right-hand columns you don’t want to print, right-click, and select Delete. This doesn’t work when you simply hit the delete key. Repeat for rows at the bottom of the page.

If you format cells for the entire workbook, you will frequently experience this problem so use cell formatting sparingly and avoid the top-left corner button.

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  • Rakei
    Could it help if viewed first with print preview? Give you an overlay of what is being printed. Then selecting which page to print out. Then edit or removed last page that is not required.
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  • Phagerman
    Thank you for the answer. I did discover I could print like this but it doesn't make any sense to need to when the print menu says print selected record. Thank you for your help.
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  • tlsanders1
    I'm wondering if the format of the form thinks it is longer than 11 inches, thereby including part of the next header as part of what it thinks is the first page.
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