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Hi Everyone,

Does anyone have any idea of how to convert an Access report that has been saved in a .SNP (Access snapshot) format to a .PRN format?

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While in the SNP file, can you choose FILE > PRINT from the menu and (when the print dialog box opens) choose the "print to file" option? Doesn't that create a PRN?

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