Printer friendly reports
by Eric Anderson <eric_anderson(at)hrsoft.com>
||Sun, 10 Sep 2000 20:21:18 -0500
I have a client who lives in the MSAccess universe. Okay, maybe that is a
stretch, but they are very accustomed to the manner in which MSAccess can
automatically generate a heading on each page of a report when the report
is printed. I suppose this is true for most report generators, but they
keep asking me, "If Access can do it, why can't you do it in the
On to the question: Has anyone found a way to programmatically identify
where a page break would occur during printing?
The pages are built using server-side scripting so the solution can be
either server-side or client-side.
Thanks in advance,
P.S. I have exhausted both reasons and my patience trying to explain to
the client why printing 5 page web reports to take to a meeting is just
plain silly. A paper-less society...how I long for thee.
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