Print a table

You can print all records of a table, a selected set of records, or a list or range of records. All fields currently visible in the table are printed. Column headers and non-printable fields can be hidden. Customize the page header to include items such as the table name, the date, and the current and total page numbers.

To print a table, complete the following steps:

  1. Make sure a table view is active.
  2. On the ribbon, under Table, in the Output group, click Print Print.

    The Print Table pane appears.

  3. In the Print Table pane, choose a printer from the Printer Name drop-down menu.
  4. Set additional properties for the print job, such as the page orientation and the number of copies.
  5. Expand the Tables heading.
  6. Under the Records subheading, choose which records are to be printed:
    • All records—Print all records. This is the default.
    • Selected records—Print only the selected records.
    • Record range (for example: "1, 3, 5-12")—Print only a list or range of records.
  7. Optionally, check Print selected records in bold to use a bold font when printing selected records.
  8. Under the Fields subheading, uncheck the Show column headers on every page option to print records without column headers. This option is enabled by default.
  9. Optionally, check the Hide non-printable fields option to not include Geometry, Raster, and Blob fields when printing.
  10. Under the Page Header subheading, choose which items to include in the page header. Options include the following:
    • Show custom page header—Type in the box to include custom text in the header. By default, the name of the table is included.
    • Include date—Include the current date or time in the header. By default, both date and time are included. Use the Date Format button Date Format to customize the format.
    • Include page number—Include the current and total page numbers in the header. This is on by default.

    Changes to the page header settings appear in the Format Preview.

  11. Click Print.

    The table is printed using the defined settings.

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