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Printing Hyperlinks w/o opening

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I would like to create a commande button on a form that will print multiple hyperlinked pages with out actually opening the documents.
Thanks in advance!
Nov 14 '08 #1
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Nov 14 '08 #2

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Thanks I thought of the title after I had post the original...sorry for my ignorance.

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2. It swamps the forum with your problem resulting in less attention for the other threads.

If you feel for some reason that you post has been overlooked (for instance it hasn't had any replies) please do not repost the question. Post a message to the thread you started, this will bump it back to the top of the thread list for the forum.

Also, titles like "Help" or "Help needed," such as you used in your other, duplicate posts, say absolutely nothing about your problem! Having a title that clearly reflects the subject matter is important for two reasons.

First, it allows members, at a glance, to understand the nature of the question being asked. Thus, people who have never dealt with this or similar problems are saved the time and trouble of opening your thread. They would have nothing to contribute.

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Nov 14 '08 #3

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