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VB6 Syntax - Printout in landscape mode

Posted on 2008-10-02
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Hi Experts

Just a quick syntax help on code i've adapted from PAQ (re landscape mode) . OrientStructure gives me  - "user defined type not defined"

Dim q As Integer
Dim Orient As OrientStructure
Const PORTRAIT = 1
Const LANDSCAPE = 2
Const GETSETPAPERORIENT = 30

    ''* Start the printer
    Printer.Print ""
    '* Specify the orientation
    Orient.Orientation = LANDSCAPE
   '*Printout contents of listbox
    For q = 0 To PATPrintLog.ListCount
       
            Printer.Print PATPrintLog.List(q)
            Orient.Orientation = LANDSCAPE
    Next q
       
    Printer.EndDoc
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Hi,

you should be able to do

    Printer.Orientation = vbPRORLandscape

' use vbPRORPortrait to set it as protrait
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by:peterdarazs
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Thanks ChloesDad - Much appreciated and hope you have a good day there.

Peter
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