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Unconfortable file structure list

Unconfortable file structure list

Unconfortable file structure list

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Hello Colleagues!

I have a free VFP 9 table and I want a list of its fields, in the format bellow (like I did 3 years ago, opening file in FoxPro 2.x and in a dot matrix printer):


Now, I print in a Windows printer diretly from VFP 9, the same table, and the result for printing is unconfortable:



The commands in both cases are:
USE RECEITAS
LIST STRUCTURE TO PRINTER/TO FILE

Is it possible to list the structure of a table with one field in each line (like it is in the first case I presented?

Thank you,
SitesMasstec

RE: Unconfortable file structure list

This is down to the width of your display setting.

CODE

SET MEMOWIDTH TO 8190
DISP STRU TO FILE C:\TEST.TXT NOCONSOLE
MODI COMM C:\TEST.TXT 

Regards

Griff
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