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DHTML editing component

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Hi,
I’m using DHTML editing component within the web page.
Do anybody know how to print out the content of  DHTML control
programmatically?
Thanks
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Question by:robson
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by:aalternet
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which component?
where do you want to print it's content?
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kollegov earned 200 total points
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Quote from MSDN library on DHTMLediting component (safe-for-scripting version)
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To conform to Web application standards, the safe-for-scripting version of the control does not support reading or writing directly to disk, and does not support printing.

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The following list indicates the features of the DHTML Editing control that are not available in the safe-for-scripting version:

LoadDo cument method
SaveDo cument method
PrintDocument method
BrowseMo de property

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PrintDocument Method

Description

Prints the current document.
Note The PrintDocument method is the only way to print the contents of the control. If the control is hosted inside a container such as a form or Web page and you call the container's Print command, the contents of the DHTML Editing control will appear as a blank rectangle.

Syntax

object. PrintDocument [bfWithUI]

bfWithUI -  Optional. VARIANT value of type VT_BOOL that specifies whether the method displays the Windows Print dialog box. If the value is set to True, the dialog box is displayed. If the value is set to False, or if the parameter is omitted, the current document is printed silently.

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So if you use unsafe-for-scripting
version you can use PrintDocument() method.

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Thanks,it was what I've been looking for.
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