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Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by Neil a Henderson, Nov 16, 2005.

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    I'm using print screen to paste a table from a access database to word and I
    want to enlarge a small section of the table so it looks bigger in the word
    document easy?
     
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    Why do you use the print screen for that?

    Select the records you want to copy, copy, and paste into word document, you
    will have a table in the word document, and that way you can enlarge any part
    of the table.

    Print screen will create a picture, ad it not as flexible to be edited
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    I hope that helped
    Good Luck


    "Neil a Henderson" wrote:

    > I'm using print screen to paste a table from a access database to word and I
    > want to enlarge a small section of the table so it looks bigger in the word
    > document easy?
     
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