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How do I print ...in the center of the page?
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To printer in the middle of a line, you'll need to figure out the width of the text you're about to print, then begin printing 1/2 that difference between that width and the width of the printer object. This involves the use of the method textwidth, which gives the length (in the current scalemode) of a text string.

printer.currentx = (printer.width - printer.textwidth("print string")) / 2 printer.print "print string"

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When I use this technique, it prints off center to the right.  Whenever I use textwidth I do not get the expected results.
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