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How to print TImage and TLabeledEdit from a form?

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Hello,
I am working on a program that is to print invoices.
The data for the invoices is coming from an ini file which stores information on clients.
It loads the info from the ini file to to a number of LabeledEdits.
I would like to print the caption of the edit boxes and the text in the edit boxes as well as the logo which is only in the top corner.
Is there any way to do this?
Thanks,
John
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