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Printer functions and GD created image (Windows)

I have created an image using GD lib and now I would like to print it
using the Printer functions (on Windows XP). Does anyone know how to
write the image in memory to the printer (I assume I can use the Printer
functions)?

(Is there a method that involves saving it as a file first?)

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Chuck Anderson • Boulder, CO
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Jan 17 '07 #1
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Chuck Anderson wrote:
I have created an image using GD lib and now I would like to print it
using the Printer functions (on Windows XP). Does anyone know how to
write the image in memory to the printer (I assume I can use the Printer
functions)?

(Is there a method that involves saving it as a file first?)
Hi,

I do not know of anything about directly using a printer under PHP, but the
saving of files is handled easily by the the PHP-image functions.
eg:
imagejpeg($imag ehandle, 'filenamehere.j pg');

Regards,
Erwin Moller
Jan 18 '07 #2

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