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How do i print stuff!

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I am a newbie at Visual Basic.  I have visual basic 5.0 and I need to know how to Print stuff(As in send info to the printer, not the print command.)PLS help me with this.  I am really PO'ed right now.
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If you mean that you want to print the entire form object, use:

Me.PrintForm

This will print the current form and all the controls on it.

If you want however to send text to the printer, then use:

Printer.Print "My Text"
Printer.EndDoc

Hope that helps.
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