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Is it possible to create a print button for a flash image in a webpage?

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Hi,

I have a flash swf file embedded in an html page. Is it possible to have a print button that will print the swf object only?

Thanks.
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yes its' possible. there's lots of code examples in the help file for AS2 and AS3.
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Any links for the documents please?
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help file in flash. press F1.
search for Print either in AS2 or AS3 as required.
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