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Hi,

How can I send FAX in both Windows 95 and Windows NT 4.0 ?

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d4jaj1 earned 10 total points
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If your asking how to write a component or program that will Fax some screen doument or file, then I would suggest you raise teh points.

Otherwise, if you are talking about faxing to an existing Fax Application like WinFax, simply chnage the printer to teh WindFax driver and print as normal.  You can change the printer by using the Printer Setup components in delphi.
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Actually, can I Fax by using MAPIor TAPI ?

Andrew
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Actually, can I Fax by using MAPI or TAPI ?

Andrew
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That I'm not sure of.  I suggest you reject this question and open it up for someone who is an expert in MAPI & TAPI.  Good Luck!
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Use the TurboPower components. They have a collection of fax and Tapi components.
It is not freeware.
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