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How can I do a print preview function?
API maybe?, haven´t found it :(
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RE: Print Preview

I don't think there is a such a thing - not included in VB anyway. We are just looking at a product call VsView which seem quite interesting. A fairly major project at our US head office has used it with good results.

I think that this is a major lack in VB - I'd appreciate hearing how other people have overcome the problem --- or am I just missing something rather obvious?


RE: Print Preview

Seagate have a free version of their Report Writer for VB6. The samples include a preview window.

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