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Problem with printing content of TImage-comp.!

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I have some problems with printing the content of my TImage-component to a printer!!
Like this:
With Printer do
BeginDoc;
Canvas.draw(20,20, Image1.Picture.Graphic);
EndDoc;

Why doesn´t it work? I get message 'Access violation' all the time!!(or something like it).
Sometimes the compiler seems to dislike the row containing :EndDoc;
Ps. I use Delphi Developer 2.0
Thanks!
Erik N
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mirek071497 earned 300 total points
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i think so you'r canvas.draw ..... is for You'r form or other component where this function exest.

Try write

  Printer.BeginDoc;
  Printer.Canvas.Draw( 20, 20, Image1.Picture.Graphic );
  Printer.EndDoc;

I try this some minute before and all was ok.
{ of course you must have any graphic loaded to Image1 !}
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Thank you Mirek for your Help!!
Erik N
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