Thank you for sending me that link....I've verified the same thing is happening here. At least I now know "what" is happening and can start searching for "how" to fix it.
As a reference for others, here is what the 9/6/2006 post in the Microsoft Discussion Group said:
"Additional FYI... We have found that if you are using the Printer Extension Delivery sample, that the reports will print in the default style (Portrait or landscape) for the printer in the printer setup, regardless of how you have setup the report . This is such a pain for us...
Wayne Snyder MCDBA, SQL Server MVP
Marinar, Charlotte, NC"