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Printing with VS.NET 2003


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#1 B_Free

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Posted 26 April 2005 - 11:40 PM

Hello, I'm still rather new at this so I apologize if this information is already up somewhere and I simply haven't found it yet. I'm looking to write a simple VB application that can use the printer to print out lines of text (graphics would be even better), and is able to be deployed on other computers with the .NET framework. I've been looking awhile but haven't found any basic step-by-step explanation/example of how to do it. I use VS.NET 2003. I know the Toolbox has Window Forms for "Print Dialog," "Print Preview Dialog," "Print Preview Control" and "Print Document" but I haven't figured out how to use these yet. Can anyone recommend any good books or websites that address this?
Thank you all very much for your time!

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Posted 16 May 2005 - 12:00 AM

if you have Visual Studio chances are you already have the best documentation available. Do you have the msdn libraries? if you don't, go to http://msdn.microsoft.com/ and search teh knowledge base for your problems. They usually provide example code and easy to understand definitions. What language are you going to use?
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