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Changing Printer Orientation on the fly

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I am Working on a Intranet Application using Domino(Lotus Notes). I have a report which is created on the fly using the users input. I have Provided users to print the report using a button.. it was fine until now but now the report width has extended so I want a way where we can change the printer orientation to Landscape and set back the Users Printer orientation to its original mode.
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Question by:SudhaVeera
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Michel Plungjan earned 75 total points
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Only possible on the client in IE4+ using the scriptX ActiveX from http://www.meadroid.com/

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