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Changing default printer page orientation

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I'm trying to print Delphi 3.0 TRichEdit contents to a desired page orientation, without having the user use the TPrinterSetupDialog dialog box.  Since TRichEdit uses the default printer (not the TPrinter object), how can I change the default printer page orientation in code?
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Every Delphi program have object Printer. Printer represent default windows printer. You can change Page orientation by setting Orientation property to poLandscape or poPortrait.
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That worked fine!

I didn't realize TPrinter represented the default printer.

Thanks for the help.  I appreciate your time.


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