Inherited a VB5 project, now running on Windows NT4, that used TextBoxes and FlexGrids to generate reports.
The print quality of fields using text box and flexgrid is horrible -- appears like a dot matrix generated field instead of the usual crisp image that a HP LaserJet usually produces.
Originally the project was designed for Win NT3.x that required use of text box for word wraping. When we upgraded to Win NT4, I changed text box to lables and solved this print quality problem.
FlexGrid is used to sort the data by several criteria (greatest strengths, greatest needs, etc); the FlexGrid does a nice job, but the printed reports look "cheap". Is there an alternative to FlexGrid that produces good print quality reports, or am I missing a setting or some other code?
Thanks in Advance, brian