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Underline printing a browse.

Underline printing a browse.

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Is there a function on how to underline a record of numbers in a browse when printing.  Always used next record but can't this time. Neet to print numbers then underline same record.

Thanks

Harvey.

RE: Underline printing a browse.

Could you explain what you are trying to accomplish a bit more in detail?

Thanks,

Richard L. Hankins Jr.
Senior Programmer
Auction Services, Inc.

RE: Underline printing a browse.

hag99,

I have a function that underlines a section of a TXT file.  I use PCL 5 codes to set the underline on and then off.  I do the same for BOLD or compressed print.   If you have a priner manual you can look up the codes for your printer or go online to the manufactures site and pull the printer codes off in most cases.  HP has them available for most all of their printers.

Jim C.

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