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Printing the contentent of a TextBox

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I have a form where after somr caculation are done the information is added to a textBox.  I want to place a button
on this form and when you click it. and it sends the text to the printer. How about doing the same with a listbox.

The text in the textbox is  like:

(100) ...One Hundred
(1,010)... One thousand Ten
(1,000,954)...One Million Nine Hundred Fifty Four
and so on

program converts numbers to text
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by:gary_j
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to send to the default printer unformatted

printer.print text1.text


for a list box

for i = 0 to listbox.listcount - 1
   printer.print listbox.list(i)
next 'i

always do a printer.enddoc

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do you need the conversion?
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by:ucla11
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I found the code to convert numbers to text.  It seems everyone thinks i should use a RichTextbox.  I just need to  how to print the RchtTextBox.
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