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    Okay, this has to be Monday. This morning, while executing programs, my reports were saved to my default file, as usual, as Adobe PDF files. Now, even thoiugh I have the printer box checked, it is not saving...GGGRRR!!! What is the problem?

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    It's been my experience that when this starts to happen you have to reinstall PC-Dmis. It may just be one file that's corrupted but I don't know which one. The reinstall has always taken care of it for me, though.

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    • #3
      Hello Tammie,
      I have found that using the "save to file" and check the pdf option works better.

      A.Gore
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