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Default Crystal Report Changing Orientation

I have a crystal report that is compiled into an Exe (crystal 10 .. but the compiler is from 8.5).
90% of my users can print this correcly via a VB6 "shell" command (cant use other methods.. long story).
The report is in Landscape.
When 1 of my users prints the report, he gets it OK in landscape, but as soon as soneone else tries (after him) it has reverted to Portrait !
I dont fully understand how he can be overwriting a setting. I guess it must be something to do with the CRF file ???
Anyone shed any light ?
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