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Font size changes to small with print function

6 posts in DataWindow .NET Last posting was on 2004-10-06 13:49:09.0Z
Emily Posted on 2004-10-01 15:28:14.0Z
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I have created a data window in .net using the built in
print button. In my application, all of the text and fonts
look just the way I designed them. When the data window
prints, though, all of the data from the data base is in
tiny, unreadable font. All of the other font sizes (labels,
dates, etc.) are still correct on the printout. Does anyone
have a solution for this problem? Thanks!


dfish Posted on 2004-10-01 16:07:13.0Z
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What font are you using for your data columns? Is it the same as you
are using for the labels, etc? Is it a TrueType font? I haven't seen
this problem when printing DataWindows so I suspect it is related to
the fonts or an environment issue with the printer. Is there another
kind of printer you can try?

Regards,
Dave Fish
Sybase

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On 1 Oct 2004 08:28:14 -0700, Emily wrote:

>I have created a data window in .net using the built in
>print button. In my application, all of the text and fonts
>look just the way I designed them. When the data window
>prints, though, all of the data from the data base is in
>tiny, unreadable font. All of the other font sizes (labels,
>dates, etc.) are still correct on the printout. Does anyone
>have a solution for this problem? Thanks!


Roy Kiesler [TeamSybase] Posted on 2004-10-01 16:08:26.0Z
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Emily wrote:
> I have created a data window in .net using the built in
> print button. In my application, all of the text and fonts
> look just the way I designed them. When the data window
> prints, though, all of the data from the data base is in
> tiny, unreadable font. All of the other font sizes (labels,
> dates, etc.) are still correct on the printout. Does anyone
> have a solution for this problem? Thanks!

Let's start with the fonts that you are using -- are they truetype
fonts? Other?

--
Roy


Emily Posted on 2004-10-01 17:55:10.0Z
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Thanks for the quick response! Yes, I am using a truetype
font - Tahoma. I'm using this for all of the fonts on my
page. The ones that are getting resized smaller and the
ones that show up correctly. I have also tried it on
several printers which all do the same thing.

Sometimes the fonts print correctly and sometimes they do
not.

>
> Let's start with the fonts that you are using -- are they
> truetype fonts? Other?
>
> --
> Roy

> Emily wrote:
> > I have created a data window in .net using the built in
> > print button. In my application, all of the text and
> > fonts look just the way I designed them. When the data
> > window prints, though, all of the data from the data
> > base is in tiny, unreadable font. All of the other font
> > sizes (labels, dates, etc.) are still correct on the
> > printout. Does anyone have a solution for this problem?
> Thanks!


Emily Posted on 2004-10-05 14:53:00.0Z
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> Emily wrote:
> > I have created a data window in .net using the built in
> > print button. In my application, all of the text and
> > fonts look just the way I designed them. When the data
> > window prints, though, all of the data from the data
> > base is in tiny, unreadable font. All of the other font
> > sizes (labels, dates, etc.) are still correct on the
> > printout. Does anyone have a solution for this problem?
> Thanks!
>
> Let's start with the fonts that you are using -- are they
> truetype fonts? Other?
>
> --
> Roy

Yes, I'm using Tahoma font.


dfish Posted on 2004-10-06 13:49:09.0Z
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Can you save the DataWindow as a .PSR and send it to me (email:
dfish_noSpam_@sybase.com - remove the _noSpam_)?

What happens when you try to print the DataWindow from DataWindow
Designer?

Regards,
Dave Fish
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On 5 Oct 2004 07:53:00 -0700, Emily wrote:

>> Emily wrote:
>> > I have created a data window in .net using the built in
>> > print button. In my application, all of the text and
>> > fonts look just the way I designed them. When the data
>> > window prints, though, all of the data from the data
>> > base is in tiny, unreadable font. All of the other font
>> > sizes (labels, dates, etc.) are still correct on the
>> > printout. Does anyone have a solution for this problem?
>> Thanks!
>>
>> Let's start with the fonts that you are using -- are they
>> truetype fonts? Other?
>>
>> --
>> Roy
>
>Yes, I'm using Tahoma font.