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Old April 20th, 2004, 01:14 PM
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Default Macro to print to different print objects

Hello,

I use the OpenReport function to build macros to print reports directly to the printer. The macro always chooses the default printer and I would like to be able to choose different print devices such as PDF or a fax server that is listed in my printer dialog box.

Any suggestions?

 
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Look up help for the .Printers and .Printer objects. You'll find out how to ID and specify printers.

Greg Serrano
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