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How to print dynamic text from external XML file

Posted on 2006-06-16
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Greetings...

I have a dynamic text which displays text from external XML file from within a movie clip
I want to print that text... which displays as data within a table
any idea need help...

Thanx
Mack
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Hi there

Supose the MC you want to print is : "mymc" (If you want to print only the text area then put the text area alone in a MC)

Make a print button and:

on(release)
{
        myPrintJob_pj = new PrintJob();
        myPrintJob_pj.start();
        myPrintJob_pj.addPage("mymc"); // with the ""
        myPrintJob_pj.send();
        delete myPrintJob_pj;
}
done :)
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by:mackula
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Thank you so much, it worked like a charm...

All the best

Mack
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by:furmiga
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no problem, anything just gimme a call :)
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