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When I export a report to Word or RTF, the lines and graphics do not export.
True. If you need to preserve lines and graphics you have two options:
After you purchase and install Acrobat, you can create pdf reports by printing to the Acrobat Writer instead of a printer. You can also automate the process of creating the pdf files in order to print reports without user intervention.
Acrobat can be used to capture output from many applications; you can combine several different pdf files into one. For example, you can take 2 Access reports and 3 pages created in a word processor; combine them and order the pages as you like.
Pdf files are editable with Acrobat Exchange (part of the Acrobat application) or Adobe PageMaker.
There have been reports on the newsgroups of Snapshot not perfectly preserving formatting, so be sure to give it a try.
Snapshot is one report at a time, Microsoft Access reports only.
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