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print word doc from web page

Posted on 2012-03-22
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I have a web application that sets up a table used for mail merge and a word doc to use that table for mail merge letters. Works fine.

After I build the sql table, I need t manually open the mail merge document and print.  I would like to be able to link to the document and print it from my web app page.  This is on an intranet, so it's not out in big wide world.

Any help appreciated.
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