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IWebBrowser and Printing

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Assuming I have managed to embed a WebBrowser control from the ActiveX SDK client window that I have created, how can I instruct it to print its content?
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lohcheek earned 600 total points
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Hello,

//the code fragment

LPDISPATCH disp;
IOleCommandTarget* target;

WebBrowser_Object->QueryInterface (IID_IOleCommandTarget,(void **)&target);
target->Exec(NULL,OLECMDID_PRINT,OLECMDEXECOPT_DONTPROMPTUSER,NULL,NULL);

I have assumed that you have already obtained the WebBrowser control pointer (WebBrowser_Object). The details of this can be found in Microsoft's web site on the IE WebBrowser control.
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by:lohcheek
ID: 1334218
With respect to the above answer, WebBrowser_Object should be the IDispatch instead. Sorry for the mistake.
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