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    Using VBA to Print .MDI file (Access 2003)

    Hello,
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    Re: Using VBA to Print .MDI file (Access 2003)

    You can create an .mdi file by printing the report to the Microsoft Document Image Writer printer, but I don't know how to specify the file name in code, so that you won't be prompted for each file.

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    Re: Using VBA to Print .MDI file (Access 2003)

    Instead of printing an .mdi, I ended up outputing the report to a .snp file which worked perfect. I did not realize that this output was available when I wrote the original post.
    Thanks anyway for the help.

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