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Stop the Print Dialog

Posted on 2004-08-04
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Hi experts,

I have used the CRViewer9 for viewing my report and it only has the PrintReport method without any argument.

So, could you tell me any property or method for print without the Print dialog appear!

Have ago.......Thank..........
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Question by:kemsoth
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I realize they may have changed the interface with CR9 but in CR8 and the viewer I use

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'   Print Report
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          crRpt.DisplayProgressDialog = False
          crRpt.PrintOut False, intCopies

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I'm not sure if the DisplayProgressDialog still works, but .PrintOut(False) is still correct.

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