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Posted on 2002-05-04
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Hi there,

The following line is resulting in an error, I don't understand why:

  QuickRep1.PrinterSettings.OutputBin := (lower)

How can I set the printer's outputbin to the lower tray?

Please provide me with a complete example.
Thank you !!

RoosieDB
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kretzschmar earned 200 total points
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add the unit
qrprntr
into the uses clause

thats all

meikl ;-)

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by:kretzschmar
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don't forget to call the method applysettings,
after you are ready with the settings
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by:roosiedb
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I was in a hurry, so you can understand that I am a "happy bunny" right now !!

Thank you very much...

Stupid me!!! How can I forget to add qrprntr... :-)

gr.,
RoosieDB
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