I am supporting an older application that uses the 'printform' feature of VB6 to print a form to the printer. All works well as long as we use a 17" or greater monitor. Anything less and the printform gets clipped at the bottom. Looks like VB does not paint the form if its off the bottom of the screen and that part of the image does not get forwarded to the printer.
How can I force widows to paint the entire image and forward it to the printer ?
Do I dare go into the reg and change the twip size for the current printer ? (if I can find it)
My apologies. I just tried that project for the first time in years and it doesn't work as advertised. Here's an article from MS (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/230502) that purports to do what you want.
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