I think you mean .DrawWidth and not .Width
The DrawWidth property requires an integer, and it is in pixels, so
you have to scale it.
For example, if you want a line 0.5 millimeters thick you can use
Printer.DrawWidth = Printer.ScaleX(0.5, vbMillimeters, vbPixels)
It works with me.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Emilio-Nakhle Antoun [SMTP:emilio@e...]
> Sent: Thursday, April 12, 2001 4:45 AM
> To: professional vb
> Subject: [pro_vb] [pro_vb]Printer pen width
> Hi everybody,
> printer.width can be only 1, 2...
> Is there any way to use printer width equal to 1.5
> Thank you