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Fix Poor Image Quality in Microsoft Access Reports


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In this Microsoft Access tutorial, I'm going to show you how to fix a problem where you have low image quality in your reports whether printing, previewing, or exporting to PDF. 

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  • Use JPG, PNG, BMP File Types
  • Make sure Size Mode is Zoom or Clip
  • Export to PDF set to Standard
  • Set Fast Laser Printing to No
  • File - Access Options - Current Database
  • Convert All Picture Data to Bitmaps
  • Most recent version of Office / Access
  • Embedded may have to remove, reinsert images
  • Update your printer driver

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