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Old April 11th, 2006, 11:27 AM
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Here is some basic information that idicates that you can't exceed 22" in the details section of a form or report:

Microsoft Access Forms and Reports Attributes and Maximums

Number of characters in a label = 2048
Number of characters in a text box = 65,535
Form or report width = 22 in. (55.87 cm)
Section height = 22 in. (55.87 cm)
Height of all sections plus section headers (in Design View) = 200 in. (508 cm)
Number of levels of nested forms or reports = 7 - Acc 2003
7 - Acc XP
3 - Acc 2000

Number of fields or expressions you can sort or group on in a report = 10
Number of headers and footers in a report = 1 report header/footer; 1 page header/footer; 10 group headers/footers
Number of printed pages in a report = 65,536
Number of controls and sections you can add over the lifetime of the form or report = 754
Number of characters in an SQL statement that serves as the Recordsource or Rowsource property of a form, report, or control (both .mdb and .adp) = 32,750


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mmcdonal