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Posted on 2004-03-24
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How do I print only certain things in my program?  Similairly to the print screen function.

Here's what I want to do:

I want to have a box with two text boxes inside of it.  All that I want to print is the lines of the box and the text that was typed.  I don't want to print the "background" of the program like the print screen function does.  I also don't want the box around the text box, and the white area of a text box to be printed.  I want them to be printed exactly as they are viewed on the screen.
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