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Posted on 2004-08-21
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In my java application, I have several forms which user use for input into a database.  These forms are actually preventive maintenance checklists for our company and one of the requirements I have is to make these forms printable.  I'm really at a loss for how to accomplish this particular task and that's what brings me here, to ask the guru's.

I'm only slightly familiar with printing capabilities within Java so be easy on me.  :)

Thanks,
David
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Here's a link that explains crearly and with examples how to print Swing components:
http://java.sun.com/developer/JDCTechTips/2004/tt0611.html#2

If you don't understand something about it, comment on it and I'll try to help.
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Perfect answers, I'll split the points.  For some reason I figured it would be much more difficult than that even.  :)

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Davi
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