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Print Label

Posted on 1999-07-29
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Last Modified: 2010-04-30
How to print a labels in VB6. Or how to split the coloum in data report?
Question by:galvani
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ID: 1528180
Just press PRINT SCREEN then go to PAINT BRUSH then paste, then take print out
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ID: 1528181
jaher, lolbôks


Just go
Printer.Print YourLabel.Caption
'Printer.Print OtherStuff Here if you've got lots to print
'...and finally...

Can't help you with your other question.

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gajendra earned 160 total points
ID: 1528182
Galvani ...

Printing a 2 - multi column reports in VB/windows is easy. Just remember that VB prints only after you complete your page with a printer.enddoc / printer.newpage.

So just do your regular printing for a single column report and change to next column instead of next page at end of column



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