|Subject:||Re: Label printing problem on a fast computer
|Date:||Wed, 27 Dec 2017 16:08:14 +0000
|From:||John Wright <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Thanks for that thought Steven. I admit to having overlooked that as a
possibilty! Many thanks as always for responding.
On 24/12/2017 13:40, Steven Green wrote:
> "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
> Steven Green
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> "John Wright" wrote in message news:email@example.com...
> 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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