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Pls I need a help
In printer object
Printer.Height = 5*567
This working properly with windows 98 but in windows - xp printer is skipping ie printer height is not working properly. pls help me to solve this
Mar 10 '07 #1
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Hi. It is against the posting guidelines for me to post a link to another forum. However, if you google 'printer.height 98 xp' you will find a solution
Mar 15 '07 #2
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i'll be thankfull for the help
thank u very much
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