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I recently completed a project, but now i wanted to print a grid, please help how to print A grid... thanks...

RE: Print cursor...

Mandy, instead of thinking in terms of printing the grid, focus on printing the underlying cursor or table on which the grid is based. And the best way to do that it to create a report based on that cursor or table.

If you need any help with creating a report, just ask.

Mike

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Mike Lewis (Edinburgh, Scotland)

Visual FoxPro articles, tips and downloads

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(OP)
Hi Mike... Yes please, teach me how... or may ou please give me an example so that i can have a basis to create according to the needs of the project.... Thanks Mike....

RE: Print cursor...

The easiest way to start creating a report is to use the Report Wizard (Tools -> Wizards -> Report -> Report Wizard). If you get stuck, click the Help button in the wizard.

Another approach would be to use the Quick Report feature. First, open your table or cursor. Then open the Report Designer (for example, by typing CREATE REPORT in the command window). Then choose Report -> Quick Report.

For further help, search the VFP Help for the topic, "Walkthrough: Creating Reports with Visual FoxPro".

Finally, if you have any specific question about using the report designer, come back here. But, preferably, start a new thread, with a short description of the specific problem as the the subject.

Mike

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Mike Lewis (Edinburgh, Scotland)

Visual FoxPro articles, tips and downloads

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(OP)
Thanks Mike... i've done it!!! its indeed very easy using wizard.... Thanks again...

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Hi Mandy,

This topic is toooo vast to give a short answer. There is very good book about the report writer. You may want to have a look at it.

The Visual FoxPro© Report Writer: Pushing it to the Limit and Beyond
By Cathy Pountney
Hentzenwerke Publishing

hth

MarK

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(OP)
Thanks so much Mark....

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(OP)
Thanks Tom....

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