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How to print  a Form with control which is Larger than the Window size?

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I have a form designed embedded with controls like label,text . but the form size is larger than window size. if i print the form using printform command , then the form content which is visible is printed but the invisible portion is not printed. it can be done by using picture box method which gets printed the entire form. but without using picture box object, i want to print the entire form . is there any solution to print it. please suggest me a solution to print entire form content with cotrols without using picture box.
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saravananvg earned 125 total points
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Hello Sir,

  Kindly go through the following link

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Programming_Languages/Visual_Basic/Q_10108419.html

with regards,
padmaja.
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