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Multiple Page Printing With Same Page Title

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At the moment I'm trying to print from a rich text box but I can't find out when a new page is going to be needed before I start the print job. I want to do this so I can insert the same title on each page but with different data. Does anyone know how to do this in VB4 in any way what so ever.

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1. Print the title.
2. Print 55 lines or so as long as the paper allows you.
3. Send "Printer.NewPage" to the printer.
4. go back to line 1 here.

Also you can make a loop form the 4 lines here.


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