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Trying to print from common dialog box with the command :
Commondialodcontrol1.Action = 5
The option print from page ,to page is not enabled ,why ?
using NT workstation ver.4.0 and visual basic ver 5.0 SP 3.0
I tried on several machines with same configration.
Please Help ,Urgent,Urgent,Urgent .
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Question by:girsu
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dm_14 earned 400 total points
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In Design View, right mouse click on the command dialog contol to get the property pages.

Click on the Print Tab,
In the Max field enter 100 or something suitable

Run your program and the option to print from page to page should work.


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by:girsu
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Thanks a lot dm_14.
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