|Subject:||Re: Page break formatting changes when sent via e-mail|
|Posted by:||Dave Peterson (peters…@verizonXSPAM.net)|
|Date:||Mon, 22 May 2006|
I think that the recipients have different printers (or different printer
drivers) than you.
If I were you, I'd be more conservative when applying those page breaks. Try to
make the pages fit on the worst printer you've seen. Margins will be larger
than you need. There'll be few lines per page as a result.
> I have a problem with an Excel report, in that the page breaks are set so
> that each worksheet prints logically. However when the file is attached and
> sent out internally, the recipients need to go in and re-format each
> worksheet so that it prints out correctly.
> Ideally the recipients would receive the file, highlight all the worksheets
> and print out the 30-odd pages, rather than 100-odd pages of nonsensical
> rubbish that Excel somehow decides is the correct way the pagebreaks are
Page break formatting changes when sent via e-mail posted by munozl on Mon, 22 May 2006