Windows 10: Access 2013 Printing black rows

  1.    25 Mar 2018 #1

    Access 2013 Printing black rows


    First posting on here so I thought I would just say "hello" to everyone on this forum.:) I'm hoping that someone might be able to help me with the problems I've been having with Access 2013 on a Window 10 laptop.

    What basically happens is that even though I've set the background colour under the text formatting tab to white, theme colours to no colour and the datasheet format to a grey I'm getting every other row and the top header fields in Black. I've tried printing with no colours at all but I still get the headers in Black making it unreadable. On the print preview tab all looks fine, but the strange thing is that in Windows 7 it prints out the same file ok with the same settings. If it helps I'm using Tables. Any ideas?
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  2.    27 Mar 2018 #2

    Hi Spottysocks and welcome to Tenforums.
    Is the W7 machine printing to the same printer as the W10 machine?
    Not too sure about your problem, but perhaps a couple thing you could try....

    Double-check your Table formatting
    Go to Control Panel>Programs and Features> Installed programs, find Office, highlight it, and select REPAIR
    Open an admin command prompt and run sfc /scannow
    (We want the result of "No integrity violations found".)

    That's about all I can think of, as I'm not an Access user...sorry.
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  3.    10 Apr 2018 #3

    Hi simrick, yes, I'm using the same printer for Windows 7 and 10 and have checked my table formatting and had the result of "No integrity violations found" I'm now using Office 365 on Windows 10 and I get the same results. As a workaround this problem I exported the Access out into Excel, set the print to draft quality and this seems to be ok, although of course I don't get the grid lines.
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  4.    10 Apr 2018 #4

    Spottysocks said: View Post
    Hi simrick, yes, I'm using the same printer for Windows 7 and 10 and have checked my table formatting and had the result of "No integrity violations found" I'm now using Office 365 on Windows 10 and I get the same results. As a workaround this problem I exported the Access out into Excel, set the print to draft quality and this seems to be ok, although of course I don't get the grid lines.
    Ugh. You shouldn't have to do that. Have you submitted feedback to Microsoft?
    How do I give feedback on Microsoft Office? - Office Support

    Customer Feedback for Microsoft Office 365

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