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printing in vb6.0 through printer object

hi,
i want to write a program to print text on printer through printer object. i also want to stop printing just after printing text. now if, i print text then printer eject whole page and move to next page but i want to continue printing just below thr previous printing. if its possible then please help me with source code.
Aug 13 '06 #1
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hi,
i want to write a program to print text on printer through printer object. i also want to stop printing just after printing text. now if, i print text then printer eject whole page and move to next page but i want to continue printing just below thr previous printing. if its possible then please help me with source code.
ok, thats because the printer thinks you are finished.
If you put a ";" after you text it will stop there and begins there again.

code:

Printer.Print "Hello world "; ' this is your first line
'/
'/ you can put some code or else here
'/
Printer.Print "this is my message." 'this is the same line but another text
Printer.EndDoc
Aug 26 '06 #2
hi,
i want to write a program to print text on printer through printer object. i also want to stop printing just after printing text. now if, i print text then printer eject whole page and move to next page but i want to continue printing just below thr previous printing. if its possible then please help me with source code.
Dear
if u have got solution for above probelm please i too require , do send

regards

lalith
Oct 15 '06 #3

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