Printing Code

Posted on 2000-05-17
Last Modified: 2010-05-02
Does anyone know if there is a way to print out code listings so they print out simular to what you se on the screen i.e. reserve words are blue comments are green etc.
Question by:TDK031400

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by:Bhaskar Ganapathe
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hi tdk
  use color printer

  the same effect as seen in the screen will be seen in the printer.

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I think bhaspup is right

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TimCottee earned 20 total points
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Check out I haven't tried it but it claims to do exactly what you are asking for.
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you can use a richtextbox control to load the code into and print it...i have code that colors the words as they appear in the VB IDE


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Thank's Tim, It's a good little prog.

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