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VB print with print CommonDialog

Posted on 1997-11-05
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HELP !!!!

I need to print on a printer choosen by a print CommonDialog without
changing the default printer on the user system.
I need also to set the printer Orientation property, so I have to
set the printer DefaultPrinter property to TRUE.
Doing this I cannot reset the default printer to the ine the user
set in origin.


Thank You.
m.resta@dea.it
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Service pack for Visual Basic that fixes this proble is availiable for download from                   http://microsoft.com/msdownload/vs97sp.htm 

Here is the part related to printer object:

>Printer object: Setting the Printer object to  an item in the<
> Printers collection will now switch the default printer. You can<
> now set a user-defined scale mode for the Printer object by<
> changing the ScaleWidth and ScaleHeight properties. Font<
> attributes are no longer lost when calling  the NewPage<
> method.<

Sincerely,
VMPN
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