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BOOK: Professional Java Tools for Extreme Programming
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Hi all,

I'm having trouble figuring out how to pass entire documents directly from Browser to the printer (i.e., without opening up Word or EXCEL). I have a list of rtf and XLS docs ( Paths) that I would like to print automatically, without forcing the user to open each document in a different app and print from there. When the user presses "Print" I would like the ability to take each of the pathnames that I have stored and send them to the printer in succession so that it gives the feeling of seamless printing of the entire list of documents. Does anyone know how I could accomplish such a task? (I would like to know the feasibility of achieving this). Any help would be GREATLY appreciated!


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