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How do I print a Mschart and not the vb form.

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Hi,
  I use ms chart control to draw a graph.But I have a problem.How do I print the mschart graph only and not the vb form.Could someone help me with the code.

With regards
Tantri.
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The stinking chart does't support a .Print method. Told ya to write your own!

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Stephen_Miller earned 50 total points
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Eckler Software market a product called 'CopyCom'. You can copy an image of the MSChart Control directly to a CompuServe gif or Windows Metafile format in two lines of code. Once you have the image you can do what ever you like with it.

Its relatively quick and 1000 time better then any other crap work-around I've seen over
the years and certaninly not as defeatest as Mark2150's opinions.

It only cost $65 US dollars, so check it out. http://www.ecklersoft.com/
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