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printing bitmap

here's my question
1.how can i print a timage in a tile style like printing a calling card.
2.how can i send a bitmap in a quickreport and print it.
can anybody help me. a sample program will be great help.

!!!needs help from the philippines.....!!!
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SABOG7
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pjdbCommented:
For the first question you can try :

Procedure TilePrint(entree:Timage; sortie:Tcanvas);
Var
      haut, gauche:word;
      dest_rect, source_rect:Trect;
Begin
      haut:=sortie.cliprect.top;
      source_rect.top:=0;
      source_rect.bottom:=entree.canvas.cliprect.bottom - entree.canvas.cliprect.top;
      source_rect.left:=0;
      source_rect.right:=entree.canvas.cliprect.right - entree.canvas.cliprect.left;
      while haut<sortie.cliprect.bottom do
      begin
            gauche:=sortie.cliprect.left;
            while gauche<sortie.cliprect.right do
            begin
                  dest_rect.top:=haut;
                  dest_rect.bottom:=haut + source_rect.bottom;
                  dest_rect.left:=gauche;
                  dest_rect.right:=gauche + source_rect.right;
                  sortie.Copyrect(dest_rect, entree.canvas, source_rect);
                  gauche:=gauche + source_rect.right;
            end;
            haut:=haut + source_rect.bottom;
      end;
End;      {TilePrint}

Where "entree" is the image you want to print and "sortie" is the destination canvas

So the call can be :

TilePrint(myimage, printer.canvas);

JDB
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SABOG7Author Commented:
thanks very much for ur help, this means a lot to me thank you..

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