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Report.ScaleHeight Property (Access)

You can use the ScaleHeight property to specify the number of units for the vertical measurement of the page when the Circle , Line , Pset , or Print method is used while a report is printed or previewed, or its output is saved to a file. Read/write Single.

expression .ScaleHeight

expression A variable that represents a Report object.

The default setting is the internal height of a report page in twips.

You can set the ScaleHeight property by using a macro or a Visual Basic event procedure specified by a section's OnPrint property setting.

You can use the ScaleHeight property to create a custom coordinate scale for drawing or printing. For example, the statement ScaleHeight = 100 defines the internal height of the section as 100 units, or one vertical unit as one one-hundredth of the height.

Use the ScaleMode property to define a scale based on a standard unit of measurement, such as points, pixels, characters, inches, millimeters, or centimeters.

Setting the ScaleHeight property to a positive value makes coordinates increase in value from top to bottom. Setting it to a negative value makes coordinates increase in value from bottom to top.

By using these properties and the related ScaleLeft and ScaleTop properties, you can set up a custom coordinate system with both positive and negative coordinates. All four of these Scale properties interact with the ScaleMode property in the following ways:

  • Setting any other Scale property to any value automatically sets the ScaleMode property to 0.

  • Setting the ScaleMode property to a number greater than 0 changes the ScaleHeight and ScaleWidth properties to the new unit of measurement and sets the ScaleLeft and ScaleTop properties to 0. Also, the CurrentX and CurrentY property settings change to reflect the new coordinates of the current point.

You can also use the Scale method to set the ScaleHeight, ScaleWidth, ScaleLeft, and ScaleTop properties in one statement.

Note Note

The ScaleHeight property isn't the same as the Height property.

The following example uses the Print method to display text on a report named Report1. It uses the TextWidth and TextHeight methods to center the text vertically and horizontally.

Private Sub Detail_Format(Cancel As Integer, _ 
 FormatCount As Integer) 
 Dim rpt as Report 
 Dim strMessage As String 
 Dim intHorSize As Integer, intVerSize As Integer 
 
 Set rpt = Me 
 strMessage = "DisplayMessage" 
 With rpt 
 'Set scale to pixels, and set FontName and 
 'FontSize properties. 
 .ScaleMode = 3 
 .FontName = "Courier" 
 .FontSize = 24 
 End With 
 ' Horizontal width. 
 intHorSize = Rpt.TextWidth(strMessage) 
 ' Vertical height. 
 intVerSize = Rpt.TextHeight(strMessage) 
 ' Calculate location of text to be displayed. 
 Rpt.CurrentX = (Rpt.ScaleWidth/2) - (intHorSize/2) 
 Rpt.CurrentY = (Rpt.ScaleHeight/2) - (intVerSize/2) 
 ' Print text on Report object. 
 Rpt.Print strMessage 
End Sub
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