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Web Browser Control and Printing:  IE3 vs. IE4

Posted on 1998-08-07
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Hello,

I have an application that uses the IE web browser control.  I let users print the contents of the web browser control by sending ^P to the browser.  If I compile the executable with IE3 on my system, users who have IE3 can print--^P works.  However, when I compile on a system that has IE4 (with sp 1), users who have IE4 can't print--they just get a beep.

Is there another method for printing the contents of the web browser if you are using IE4?

Thanks much in advance,

iwright@irrc.org
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Use this code:
Private Sub Command1_Click()
  WebBrowser1.ExecWB OLECMDID_PRINT, OLECMDEXECOPT_DODEFAULT
End Sub
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