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Print DBGRID with all color and font and other thing

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I want print all my grid... color line ebtween rows and cols all thing I have in
the grid.. I see the captureimage from the dbgrid but that don't work well or I don't know use it.. so someone can help?
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Question by:Yard072999
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by:TimCottee
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The simple way of printing this is

Printer.PaintPicture DBGrid1.CaptureImage, 100, 100

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By the way, you have posted this Q twice, you should delete the other one before anyone posts a comment or answer.
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by:Yard072999
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Thx for twice... with your idea I don't get a great
quality with that... you have something else?
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There really isn't any other way that I know of, what happens is that the CaptureImage creates a Windows Metafile picture of the datagrid, this is then painted onto the printer object. Any degradation is due to the conversion of the image to metafile and then the resolution of printing. You could specify the printing size which may give the effect of tightening up the quality of the output by

Printer.PaintPicture DBGrid1.CaptureImage,100,100,1000,1000

Which will limit the printed size to 900x900.

Other than that I cannot really suggest anything which will directly improve the quality of the output.
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by:Yard072999
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I think is the best answer I can have :) if you have any otehr idea in anyway for print a grid please email me :)
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