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I am trying to get this code to work and I get "module does not support print method." Here is the code please show corrections and tell me why this is wrong.

Private Sub Command1_Click()

CommonDialog1.ShowPrinter

PrintValue = StretchBlt(Printpic.hDC, Printpic.ScaleLeft, _
Printpic.ScaleTop, Printpic.ScaleWidth, Printpic.ScaleHeight, _
picCal.hDC, picCal.ScaleLeft, picCal.ScaleTop, _
picCal.ScaleWidth, picCal.ScaleHeight, SRCCOPY)

PrintValue.Print

End Sub
##########################################
The Module

Option Explicit

Public PrintValue As String

Declare Function StretchBlt% Lib "GDI32" (ByVal hDC%, ByVal X%, ByVal Y%, _
ByVal nWidth%, ByVal nHeight%, ByVal hSrcDC%, ByVal XSrc%, ByVal YSrc%, _
ByVal nSrcWidth%, ByVal nSrcHeight%, ByVal dwRop&)

Public Const SRCCOPY As Long = &HCC0020


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Question by:wilnat
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Doubts1) Does stretchblt return string or integer?2) Your function declaration did not specofy wat sort of datatype the function returns3) Print method use wrongly..should be " print printValue "
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