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Landscape print format for report with many columns

I have report with many columns, which users want to print on one page. I tried formats X_65_512/2 and X_65_1024/4, but with those formats the font is very small and not legible. Is there another format, which is good for very wide reports, perhaps with landscape orientation?

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  • Posted on Jan 01, 2014 at 02:29 PM

    The only solution might be to develop an own form. But that is not that what you want to read.

    Sry, I don't think there is a proper solution for such a dynamic thing.

    Regards

    Florian

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  • Posted on Jan 02, 2014 at 01:52 AM

    Hi,

    Basically you can create your own format as well per note 17895, the largest width is 1024
    and the character size is changeable in the 'Printer Initialization' of format,

    SPAD -> Full Admin -> Device Types -> <Device Type> -> Formats

    -> <Format> (eg:Z_65_500) -> Printer Initialization

    But the problem is, physically it is hard to display very wide report with large font size in one page,

    so you can adjust the format by comparing the actual printout, or maybe you can change the layout
    (delete the columns not important) first.

    BR,
    Wen Peng

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