screenshots pre and post FM13 would help. Table layouts have never really been great for printing so I usually don't use them for that purpose. Not to mention that unless you lock it down, people can drag and resize, add and remove columns, messing up your careful layout planning.
Sorry if I wasn't clear. I'm speaking about printing the table of fields definitions in the Manage Database section.
Thanks for replying!
Oh, that wasn't clear at all to me for some reason.
I haven't messed around with that in years, maybe someone else can chime in with their findings.
Check the print settings for the Page/Print Setup under the File Menu before opening the Manage Database section.
It may be set to something other than an optimal page size or orientation, particularly if your solution uses any other paper size or orientation in some of the scripts.
Hmm, I could reproduce it.
print setting before affect only changing printer,
page size and orientation is not.
They can be changed on print dialog, but the column width is limited far from page width.
Thanks for the thought, but no, the print settings are normal.
So, this doesn't happen for you?
You are right. It does happen with standard print settings (tested on a Mac laptop running OS X 10.7.5).
In fact, I retested this using landscape page orientation, it had no effect on column widths -- the same narrow 3rd column, just with more white space to the right.
This doesn't seem like a biggie since I often use such printouts when making notes to adjust calculations, and the white space is good for that. However, for final documentation purposes, it sure runs up page counts faster than necessary, and is inconvenient for browsing.