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how to implement Print functionality in flex4

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Could you please let me know the steps for implementing print functionality in flex4 with some components like <mx:Label/>, <mx:TextArea/> and <mx:DataGrid/>.

Here is the sample code i need to print.

SampleApp.txt
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Have a look at this and go down to the printing chapter. Flex offers quite a lot of stuff especially for printing (Special Versions of DataGrids etc.):
http://oreilly.com/flex/excerpts/flex-4-cookbook/internationalization-accessibility-printing.html
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