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Printing Word from IE

Posted on 2008-10-02
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I have an app that creates word docs and then prints them.

I have had this working for awhile, now all of a sudden, the app hangs up when it tries to print.  I know now source code has changed. Anyone have any idea what might be wrong.

Here is the offending line of code.

            WordApp.Options.PrintDrawingObjects = True
            WordDoc.PrintOut(Background:=False, Append:=False)

I know this isn't much, but this did work several weeks ago (haven't used it since then). Not sure if the computer has had any updates installed.
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puranik_p earned 500 total points
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Probably something to do with the security. Check if there are any changes in user/group or any other security related stuff on the target machine.
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I forgot to close this early, so I'll give you the acceptance. Yes it was a security issue, I found that out within a couple of days.  
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