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printing textboxes/lines and dir and file lists

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My text1 is a tekstblock how can i print that?
My dir1 is a dirbox how can i print that?
My file1 is a filelist how can i print that?
My text2 is a textline how can i print that?

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Question by:markyvt
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by:markyvt
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PS i want to print on a printer not to a file !
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by:manchula
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Hope this is what you expect.

    Print Text1.Text
    For i = 0 To Dir1.ListCount - 1
        Print Dir1.List(i)
    Next
    For i = 0 To File1.ListCount - 1
        Print File1.List(i)
    Next
    Print Text2.Text
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   Printer.Print Text1.Text
    For i = 0 To Dir1.ListCount - 1
        Printer.Print Dir1.List(i)
    Next
    For i = 0 To File1.ListCount - 1
        Printer.Print File1.List(i)
    Next
    Printer.Print Text2.Text
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manchula earned 25 total points
ID: 2761651
Use the Printer object to print.

    Printer.Print Text1.Text
    For i = 0 To Dir1.ListCount - 1
        Printer.Print Dir1.List(i)
    Next
    For i = 0 To File1.ListCount - 1
        Printer.Print File1.List(i)
    Next
    Printer.Print Text2.Text
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