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Can someone assist me with using printform?

Can someone assist me with using printform?

Can someone assist me with using printform?

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I did a search and got nowhere and so put this thread up.

Please bear with me as I venture into this forum for the first time and being from a different background.  I have to do a small amount of VB work irregularly and started since Basic while it was part of the DOS command.

I have used printform regularly but having the following problems:-

(1) The printform works for one printer and gives error on another.  For example it caan be OK with HP 950 but can't print on HP Laserset 5 4100.  So I can develop the code and prove it OK in the office and have it fail to print at home and vice versa.
(2) Once the printing error triggered it will disable the printform of another program that works perfectly previously.
(3) The printform results appear to shift in position if a picture frame is used at a position other than the top.
(4) How can I get the form scaled to cover the full page instead of a small area.  I tried to play around with controlling the printer's landscape and portrait mode within VB and often end up with a crash.
(5) Top and left edges of the form seem always shifted a bit as though unprintable area (also the picture frame).

The problems occur only to printed results.  VDU version is always perfect.  

Thanks for any tips.

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