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VSPrinter 7.0

Posted on 2003-11-04
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I use this component for printing VSprinter (VideoSoft VSPriter 7.0). My problem is i cant figure how can print a document. The preview shows all i want everything is ok only that when i try to print nothing happen.
I have a button with this code:

Private Sub cmdPrint_Click()
   VSPrinter1.PrintDialog pdPrint
End Sub

Can anyone help me please?
Thx in advance,
Alex
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printdoc method is used to print the document

try
vsprinter1.printdoc
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