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Hi, I have developed a page with Adobe CS3, ASP, and MsAccess database. I have an application form that I would like to print to my client's browser. It is a very simple print with my company logo, text, and some data fields from my Flash application (I just want to print the Field.Text)
May you guide me to an application to do this. I saw the printPDF, but it is expensive, and I don't want to create a pdf file, just a simple print.

Thanx
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by:Michel Plungjan
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We use iText and insert a script to make the pdf call the print dialogue.
JavaScript window.print() will also trigger the dialogue
If you need the page to print without dialogue, you may possibly still be able to use the scriptX plugin for IE from meadroid.com
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