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Access 97 - Printing Relationship Screen

By sbutch4 ·
I need to print a copy of the Relationship screen in Access 97 but the Select All or Copy options are not available. I have not been able to print the tables.

My friend has suggested the following which did not work for me:

1. Press Print Screen Key
2. Start Microsoft Photo editor, select File then Paste as New Image.

Does anyone have a suggestion?

Thank you,
Stan

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by SyscoKid In reply to Access 97 - Printing Rela ...

Funny, it works for me. So does either Print Screen, or shift-Print Screen, and paste into Paint or Word.

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by pjs_2000 In reply to Access 97 - Printing Rela ...

The only way to print your Relationships Screen In Access97/2000 is by pressing the ALT+PrintScreen Keys Together. This saves the image to your clipboard.

Next, Minimise Access, open up WordPad, select a new document (Unless a new document is already opened), Select EDIT, Paste.

The clipboard content will then be pasted to your document.

Goto File, Print.

NOTE: You will only be able to print off what you currently had on screen, so maximise ACCESS to get as much of the screen as you can in one go.

Hope it helps :0)

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by cyberjunkie In reply to Access 97 - Printing Rela ...

The Alt-Print Screen then paste into a word or graphics program document works for me if I can fit all the objects into one screen shot.

You can also get a (sort-of) picture of your relatioships by clicking on Tools/Analyze/Documenter, then choose the All Object Types tab, scroll down and select Relationships and click OK. This will give you a report of the relationships in your database. You will not see all of the fields listed for each object, you will only see those fields that have relationships set up. You can print this report in the standard way, by clicking on the print icon or choosing File/Print.

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by msmac67 In reply to Access 97 - Printing Rela ...

There is an Add-in available from Microsoft that was specifically created to print the table relationships in Access 97. It can be downloaded from this site: http://office.microsoft.com/downloaddetails/prels80.htm.

It works too!

msmac67

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by sbutch4 In reply to Access 97 - Printing Rela ...

msmac67@hotmail!!

Beautiful, complete solution. This is the type of fix I was looking for.

Many thanks!!

Stan
SButch4@cs.com

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