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Default CR XI Report printing in Landscape instead of Port

Even though we specify the orientation of report in Crystal reports XI as Portrait during design time from report designer (i.e. File -> Page Setup), while printing it uses the default printer options i.e. orientation set to Landscape and prints the report in Landscape.

But the same report in Crystal report 7.0, when set to Portrait at design time from report designer, it print as set in the report designer i.e. Portrait and does not take default printer settings.

In Crystal Reports 7.0 have File -> Page Set up and File -> Printer set up options, using which the report orientation can be set, where as in Crystal Report XI has File -> set up options only.

Why is this wierd behaviour using CR XI ? Any idea.

We are using VB 6.0, Could the printer settings be supplied from VB 6.0 programmatically.

I would appreciate if anybody could help in this regard.


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