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Printing Multiple Pages

Posted on 1998-07-20
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I have multiple pages of straight text data in the form of a simple report.  I want to print each page separately. However, when I send the report to the printer, the text just runs down the first page over and over, making a big mess on the page. How do I tell the printer to make a "page break" in the text it is printing?
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Use Printer.NewPage method, this will make sure that the printer will jump to a new page once this line is executed, for example:
Printer.Print "Something"
Printer.NewPage
Printer.Print "Something Else"
Printer.EndDoc
The above will print "Something" on one page, and then "Something Else" on Next page
Also, make sure you use the EndDoc property to finish your printing job (as shown above)
Hope that answered your question
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