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MS Access - how to make the titles of columns in a form wrap...

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Okay... I'll try to be as clear as possible.

I printed a form that I created but when I print it, it goes over two pages because the titles of the columns are too long. If I shorten the width of the columns so I can print it in one page, the title of the columns are truncated.

I can increase/decrease the width of a row, just by dragging on the form, but I can't do that for the title row. I've tried searching help access but no success.

Does anyone know of any way to make the title of the columns go across two lines (ie. wrap around) instead of a going across a single line. The actual text in the columns is not long, so it's the title row that I need to make wrap around.

Many thanks,
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