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Old 03-16-2011, 10:41 AM
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hi, I have a word document, that gets exported from crystal report. The problem is that, its a mixed lay out . It means, some of the pages are in landscape format some are in portrait . The design requirement of the report is in that fashion. Now while printing, "MS Word" prints them all in landscape mode , cropping the portrait pages. Is there a way to preserve the layout of each page and print them as they appear ? All helps are appreciated. Its "MS Office 2007" .


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I would copy all portrait pages into one new document and the landscape pages into another. Then print. This may not be the most elegant solution, but the printer setup (in Properties > Page Setup button) will not allow you to mix them.

This is not really a Word problem but a print problem.
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Hi Officeuser,

Does your document use Section breaks to differentiate the landscape & portrait pages and use page dimensions appropriate to those layouts? Or does it simply play around with the margins and page break positioning to change the appearance of the page? For a mixed document that is to be printed, it should do the former, not the latter.
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