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How can I send to the printer a text file?
There is a command or a function to print a file?
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Question by:feramet
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Printer.Print "Your Text"
Printer.EndDocument


' *** Open the SGML file
nSgmlIn = FreeFile
Open sSgmlCurrent For Input Access Read As #nSgmlIn
sSgmlIn = ""
Do While EOF(nSgmlIn) = False
   Line Input #nSgmlIn, sTmp
   printer.print stmp
Loop
Close #nSgmlIn

Printer.EndDocument

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by:waty
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NB: I forgot to tell you to manage the skip to new pages.

Do as follow :

nMageHeight = Printer.Height - Printer.ScaleHeight

' *** Open the file
nSgmlIn = FreeFile
Open sSgmlCurrent For Input Access Read As #nSgmlIn
Do While EOF(nSgmlIn) = False
   Line Input #nSgmlIn, sTmp

   If Printer.CurrentY > Printer.Height - nMageHeight then
      Printer.NewPage
   End If

   printer.print stmp
Loop
Close #nSgmlIn

Printer.EndDocument


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thanks!!!
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