|Subject:||Re: Label printing problem on a fast computer
|Date:||Sun, 24 Dec 2017 08:40:02 -0500
|From:||"Steven Green" <email@example.com>
"sleep" to give it time to catch up? print to pdf would be a complication
for labels and other odd sized forms, I'd guess
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"John Wright" wrote in message news:firstname.lastname@example.org...
Running Paradox 9 on a Dell computer with a solid state hard drive.
I have a label printing report that is quite complex collecting data
from a single table - the labels have a delivery address and a return
address on them, the fields are predominately calculated fields. On this
faster machine the report itself runs fine and delivers to screen a
correctly laid out set of lables BUT now when I go to print the labels
Paradox falls over completely and has to be closed. The report has been
running for years on 'slower' machines with conventional hard drives and
indeed the report still does run and print without a problem in Pdox 9
on those machines. It just seems that when I go to print on the new
machine it just 'overtakes' the process and cannot cope with it. All
other reports are fine on the same machine. The report, as you will
determine, is set to view before printing.
Any thoughts as to how to deal with this issue please?
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