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Printing a TeeChart with visual component dropped on it !!!

Posted on 2001-07-05
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Hi, to print a TDBchart is pretty easy.
MyTeeChart.print.
What to do in the cases when on our MyTeeChart we have dropped e.g. one button & two labels ? The same command "MyTeeChart.print" print the chard bared from this components.
How can I make to print  MyTeeChart out as it looks (WYSIWYG) together with other components which I dropped on it ?
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Question by:genc_ymeri
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by:Epsylon
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You mean something like this?

uses Printers;

  Printer.BeginDoc;
  Printer.Canvas.CopyRect(Printer.Canvas.ClipRect, Form1.Canvas, Bounds(Chart1.Left, Chart1.Top, Chart1.Width, Chart1.Height));
  Printer.EndDoc;
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by:genc_ymeri
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When I read your code I thought this is what I meant but when I tried, it didn't work.

It prints out nothing.

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D5/W2K
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Maybe you have to change Form1 to the form with the chart.


You can also test it by placing a TPaintBox (System tab) on the form and use this to copy the chart to the paintbox:

PaintBox1.Canvas.CopyRect(PaintBox1.Canvas.ClipRect, Form1.Canvas, Bounds(Chart1.Left, Chart1.Top, Chart1.Width, Chart1.Height));
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by:genc_ymeri
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>PaintBox1.Canvas.CopyRect(PaintBox1.Canvas.ClipRect, Form1.Canvas, Bounds(Chart1.Left, Chart1.Top, Chart1.Width,
Chart1.Height));
....

it didn't work either
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by:Epsylon
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It should work... Maybe you forgot to link a ButtonClick event or something like that...
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by:genc_ymeri
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Did you try it ?
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by:Epsylon
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Yes, it works ok here.
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by:genc_ymeri
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Oh, It doesn't work here.
Would you E-mail the entire unit me please ?

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genc_ymeri@hotmail.com
D5/W2K/Update Pack1/2
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