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Old 09-20-2005, 04:46 AM
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Hi,

As part of an access DB at my company, users are able to print documents within a front end (forms) by clicking on a VBA button. The printer dialog box comes up to say the document is going through, but then access suffers a fatal error.

This seems to occur when the printer default is changed via windows settings from one specific printer. We want to use a different printer as default because the original default has a mechanical failure... NOTE. These are networked printers.
I'm having trouble copying/saving the resulting error report because our systems are locked down here and I don't have access to the temp directory where the report txt is stored (in addition my IT skill is intermediate(e.g.I understand the basics of VBA, but can't code it properly yet).
I know it's not a lot to go on. But any help would be gratefully received.

thanks

Nick.

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