Cannot do anything but print a custom report

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chucksings
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Cannot do anything but print a custom report

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Why is this?

I cannot seem to get any of the file formats to print to anywhere on my root drive (c:\).

Any thoughts on what I may be doing wrong?

Thanks

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Re: Cannot do anything but print a custom report

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chucksings wrote:Why is this?

I cannot seem to get any of the file formats to print to anywhere on my root drive (c:\).

Any thoughts on what I may be doing wrong?

Thanks
Chuck,

are you using regular Powerchurch, or Powerchurch ONLINE ??
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Re: Cannot do anything but print a custom report

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Nevermind, your question on the Pocket Powerchurch forum answered this one.

In the Powerchurch ONLINE forum, there was a question similar to this one.

This thread has a number of things to check: viewtopic.php?f=23&t=4374
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chucksings
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Re: Cannot do anything but print a custom report

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Thanks for helping here and in the Pocket PC section.

I did go and read the post you recommended and the information there steered me in the right direction.

But for the record the root C:\ drive on my computer is actually assigned to N:\ on the PC servers. The counsel earlier was that one's root drive would be seen as M:\.

In any case --- I am up and saving to N:\ and am quite happy.

Chuck

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Re: Cannot do anything but print a custom report

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chucksings wrote:Thanks for helping here and in the Pocket PC section.

I did go and read the post you recommended and the information there steered me in the right direction.

But for the record the root C:\ drive on my computer is actually assigned to N:\ on the PC servers. The counsel earlier was that one's root drive would be seen as M:\.

In any case --- I am up and saving to N:\ and am quite happy.

Chuck
The root drive letter depends on what other drives you have on the machine. So while many will see their C: drive as M:, if they have two CD or DVD drives, or another physical hard drive, theirs may show as N: or higher.
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