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Beau Tanner 
3 months ago
I understand how to make a continuous form, but how do I make it print as a continuous report?

One of my forms is just a survey record: the date the building was surveyed and who surveyed it.  It is set up as a continuous form; however, when I go to print the report, it prints one name per page.  Frustrating!  How do I get all of the names to print continuously?
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3 months ago

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Tabitha Harris 
3 months ago
Can anyone tell me what I possibly did wrong?  I created my own form with a box for long text.  However, when I try to enter text, it will not let me go to the next line instead when I hit enter, the cursor goes to the next box.  I have not had this problem before.  Interestingly, the other boxes with long text in my form, there is no problem with hitting enter and going to the next line. Thank you for any assistance!
Adam Schwanz
3 months ago
First, double check that it's a long text field, if you didn't accidentally change anything that sounds like it's a short text.

If it's long text then go to design view and click the long text box. Go up to the top and click Property Sheet. Go to the Other Tab, there's a property there called Enter Key Behavior, make sure that's set to New Line in Field
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Marius Steenkamp 
3 months ago
Hi Guys. I an new at designing and am struggling with a nesting formula in vba or expression. Can anyone help. I need to cut material. So there are 3 options to work out best fit- 1. DesignWidth/ MaterialWidth /Qty 2. DesignHeight/MaterialWidth/Qty 3. DesignWidth is bigger than Material Width, you will have to work out the amount of material in length you will need to do the work. Read More...
Adam Schwanz
3 months ago
Could you explain what you are trying to do?  Not sure what the nesting formula is for, or what you want done with option 3.

But you could just add a textbox and put =DesignWidth/MateralWidth/Qty to get the number, then another textbox for the other if you're trying to compare them.

If you're looking for VBA to automatically give you the best number, you'd need to do something like this with a button on click event and a blank textbox

Dim X As Integer
Dim Y As Integer
X = DesignWidth/MaterialWidth/Qty
Y = DesignHeigh/MaterialHeight/Qty
If X > Y Then
TextBox = Y
ElseIf Y > X Then
TextBox = X
End If

You should probably also wrap the calculations with NZ to prevent errors. You'd also have to figure out how to handle option #3 to put it into the comparison.
Marius Steenkamp
3 months ago
I do printing of vinyl. Let me give you an example. Desigh size 80mm x50mm . Media Size 1350mm That means i can fit from left to right 1350/80 = 16 or 1350/50 = 27. If my qty is 200 . I will have 200/16 = 13 rows ( up/Down ) and 16 rows (Left Right )  on the 80mm side. I i rotate  i will have 27 rows ( Left to Right ) and 8 rows ( Up and down ) The bigger the design are the more complex the formula gets. If you get a size bigger than material width like 4000 x 3000 then the formula will have to work out the best way to print . It must always end up with the least amount of material needed to do the work.

Hope this helps
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