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  1. #1
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    Unanswered: Lines & Pics disappear when doing Publish It from Access to Word

    I'm seeing that when I lose all lines & pics when I do Publish It on an Access report to Word. Please advise on how I can correct this.

  2. #2
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    Re: Lines & Pics disappear when doing Publish It from Access to Word

    Originally posted by jchav
    I'm seeing that when I lose all lines & pics when I do Publish It on an Access report to Word. Please advise on how I can correct this.
    Just to clarify, the Publish It process was just importing the Access report onto Word. All lines & objects (i.e. logos) that originally were on the report, disappears after the import. Again, please advise solution/s.

    Thanks...

  3. #3
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    Re: Lines & Pics disappear when doing Publish It from Access to Word

    The export filter will produce a basic rtf-file from your Access-report, that's why all graphics are lost in conversion.

    Consider three alternatives:

    1) print your report to a pdf-file;

    2) study pro's and con's of the Access Snap-shot format. Not used frequently I guess, since the receiver of the snapshot report needs to have the free snapshot reader installed;

    3) Study a mailmerge to bookmarks in Word from within Access. The graphics will be in the Word document/template, that is filled with data placed in bookmarks. Discussed on this forum before, search on entry:
    "Automately updating Word file based on Access data"

    hth

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