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How do I print the projects source code?

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I want to print all of my source code in a VB6 project. Is their a simpler way (other than copy paste to a word document) to do this?
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by:Dhaest
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I don't think that there are free resources to do it for you.

Examples (not free)
http://www.developerfusion.com/product/2534/vbcodeprint/
http://www.hallogram.com/starprint/index.html
http://www.topshareware.com/Visual-Documents-The-Printing-Source-Code-Generator-for-VB-download-7655.htm
http://rbytes.net/software/vbcodeprint-review/


As an alternative, you can always write a little program that print out's all the projectfiles :)
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Thanks. Actually I found it was quite easy. File > Print > Source. Their  are a few more options. NO need to pay for any utility.
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>> Thanks. Actually I found it was quite easy. File > Print > Source. Their  are a few more options. NO need to pay for any utility.

That's also a possiblity, but then you won't have any layout (titles in bold, other color), ...
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