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Printing a web page from button in IE 3.0x

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Hi,
I am trying to find a way to allow the user to click on a button on my web page and have it cause the user's IE 3.0x browser print the page.  I know how to do this with IE 4.0, but 3.0 is a bit different.

I'm suspecting I'll need to use VBscript to access the IE 3 object and send IE a print message.

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IE 3.0 does not expose a print method.
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I understand that IE doesn't directly expose a print method.  Neither does IE 4.0.  However, you can print in IE 4.0 by instantiating an IE 4.0 object and sending it a print message.  I'm looking for working code to do this in IE 3.0
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