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Printer Controls with VB5
second edition
auth:Jay Steinbeck
I need to find this book.
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Amazon?...
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I tryied them with no success.
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Don't know where you can find the book, however, the two most readily available Print Controls or commands in Visual Basic 5.0 are the PrintForm command and the Print command.
PrintForm will shunt the currently displayed form out to the default printer.
Print can be used to either print the contents of an object to another object or print the contents of an object to a data file outside of the program.

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