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Print a StringGrid like it is ?????

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How can i Print a stringGrid like i see it on the form,
with the TPrinter Component ?
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What do you exactly need? Just the information, inside the grid or also the lines of the grid etc?

You can for instance, before you make your own, look at some components :

http://torry.rimini.com/vcl/grids/fadvgrid.zip
http://torry.rimini.com/vcl/print/pageprnt.zip

Otherwise, we've to find another solution, but then you've got to be more specific, like what you really want (e.g. do you want WYSIWYG?)

Good luck!

Regards,
ZifNab.
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I want to get WySiWYG !!!
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does one of the proposed components give you such a solution?
PS. Why did you already answered the question?
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