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Hello! Sorry for my English!

I need help!)))
faced with the problem, when you use the function to print to the pdf printer '?do=embed' frameborder='0' data-embedContent>>.. [nofollow] can't set the sheet size is A3, A2, A1, A0 (default A4).

I tried to combine with the function '?do=embed' frameborder='0' data-embedContent>>/

Here's what I got:

 

 
; UDF for printing using printmg.dll
 
#include-once
 
 
#Region ;**** Directives created by AutoIt3Wrapper_GUI ****
#AutoIt3Wrapper_AU3Check_Stop_OnWarning=y
#AutoIt3Wrapper_AU3Check_Parameters=-q -d -w 1 -w 2 -w 3 -w 4 -w 5 -w 6
#EndRegion ;**** Directives created by AutoIt3Wrapper_GUI ****
#include-once
#include <GDIPlus.au3>
#include <Misc.au3>
#include <File.au3>
; #INDEX# =======================================================================================================================
; Title .........: MIPDF
; AutoIt Version : 3.3.6.1
; Description ...: Generate pdf using just AutoIt functions.
; Author(s) .....: Mihai Iancu (taietel at yahoo dot com)
; Version .......: 1.0.3
; Last Rev. .....: August 10, 2011
; ===============================================================================================================================
 
; #CHANGES# =====================================================================================================================
; 1.0.3 Rewrote _LoadResImage function - optimize for speed (GDI+ stuff)
; Thanks to xavierh for finding a missing space in the _LoadFontTT function (even it looks insignificant, that solved
; an issue with text justification when using Adobe Reader)
; -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
; 1.0.2 Fixed a bug (a big one) related with objects. Foxit Reader worked well, but Adobe Reader gave some errors. Now both
; work fine.
; Added individual page rotation
; Dennis Sandstrom (aka StuffByDennis) added two more functions (_Draw_Path and _Draw_Polygon)
; -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
; 1.0.1 Added more page formats
; Added two more fonts (Calibri and Garamond)
; Changed $PDF_PAGE_A4/~ to "a4","letter" etc (it's not case-sensitive)
; Fixed Txt2PDF function from the example.
; Added another function for table.
; -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
; 1.0.0 Fixed the name af the saved pdf
; ===============================================================================================================================
 
; #CURRENT# =====================================================================================================================
; _BeginPage
; _ClosePDFFile
; _DrawArc
; _DrawCircle
; _DrawCurve
; _DrawLine
; _DrawText
; _Draw_Path
; _Draw_Polygon
; _Draw_Rectangle
; _EndObject
; _EndPage
; _GetMargin
; _GetPageHeight
; _GetPageWidth
; _GetTextLength
; _GetUnit
; _InitPDF
; _InsertDCube
; _InsertDPie
; _InsertImage
; _InsertRenderedText
; _LineTo
; _LoadFontStandard
; _LoadFontTT
; _LoadResImage
; _MoveTo
; _OpenAfter
; _Pages
; _Paragraph
; _Path
; _Rectangle
; _SetCharSpacing
; _SetColourFill
; _SetColourStroke
; _SetDash
; _SetKeywords
; _SetLayoutMode
; _SetLineCap
; _SetLineJoin
; _SetLineWidth
; _SetMargin
; _SetMiterLimit
; _SetOrientation
; _SetPageHeight
; _SetPageWidth
; _SetPaperSize
; _SetSubject
; _SetTextHorizontalScaling
; _SetTextRenderingMode
; _SetTextRiseMode
; _SetTitle
; _SetUnit
; _SetWordSpacing
; _SetZoomMode
; _StartObject
; ===============================================================================================================================
;~ #region CONSTANTS
Global $PDF_VERSION = "%PDF-1.5" & @CRLF & "%" & ChrW(199) & ChrW(200) & ChrW(201) & ChrW(202)
Global $PDF_AUTHOR = "Mihai Iancu"
Global $PDF_CREATOR = "MIPDF"
Global $PDF_COPYRIGHT = "© 1973-" & @YEAR & " Mihai Iancu"
Global $PDF_TITLE = ""
Global $PDF_SUBJECT = ""
Global $PDF_KEYWORDS = ""
Global $PDF_NAME = ""
 
Global Const $PDF_STYLE_NONE = 0x0
Global Const $PDF_STYLE_STROKED = 0x1
Global Const $PDF_STYLE_CLOSED = 0x2
Global Const $PDF_STYLE_FILLED = 0x4
 
Global Const $PDF_FONT_NORMAL = ""
Global Const $PDF_FONT_BOLD = ",Bold"
Global Const $PDF_FONT_ITALIC = ",Italic"
Global Const $PDF_FONT_BOLDITALIC = ",BoldItalic"
 
Global $PDF_FONT_STD_HELVETICA = "Helvetica"
Global $PDF_FONT_STD_COURIER = "Courier"
Global $PDF_FONT_STD_SYMBOL = "Symbol"
Global $PDF_FONT_STD_ZAPFDINGBATS = "ZapfDingbats"
Global $PDF_FONT_STD_ARIAL = "Helvetica";looks the same
Global $PDF_FONT_STD_TIMES = "Times Roman"
 
Global $PDF_FONT_COURIER = $PDF_FONT_STD_COURIER & " New"
Global $PDF_FONT_ARIAL = $PDF_FONT_STD_ARIAL
Global $PDF_FONT_TIMES = "Times New Roman"
Global $PDF_FONT_SYMBOL = $PDF_FONT_STD_SYMBOL
Global $PDF_FONT_CALIBRI = "Calibri"
Global $PDF_FONT_GARAMOND = "Garamond"
 
Global Const $PDF_ALIGN_LEFT = 1
Global Const $PDF_ALIGN_RIGHT = 2
Global Const $PDF_ALIGN_CENTER = 3
 
Global Const $PDF_UNIT_PT = 1
Global Const $PDF_UNIT_INCH = 2
Global Const $PDF_UNIT_MM = 4
Global Const $PDF_UNIT_CM = 8
 
Global Const $PDF_ZOOM_FULLPAGE = 0
Global Const $PDF_ZOOM_FULLWIDTH = 1
Global Const $PDF_ZOOM_REAL = 2
Global Const $PDF_ZOOM_DEFAULT = 4
Global Const $PDF_ZOOM_CUSTOM = 8
 
Global Const $PDF_LAYOUT_SINGLE = 0
Global Const $PDF_LAYOUT_CONTINOUS = 1
Global Const $PDF_LAYOUT_TWO = 2
Global Const $PDF_LAYOUT_DEFAULT = 4
 
Global Const $PDF_ORIENTATION_PORTRAIT = 0
Global Const $PDF_ORIENTATION_LANDSCAPE = 1
 
Global $PDF_OBJECT_NAME = ""
Global $PDF_OBJECT_OPTIONS = ""
Global Const $PDF_OBJECT_NONE = 0
Global Const $PDF_OBJECT_FIRSTPAGE = 0x1
Global Const $PDF_OBJECT_EVENPAGES = 0x2
Global Const $PDF_OBJECT_ODDPAGES = 0x4
Global Const $PDF_OBJECT_NOTFIRSTPAGE = 0x8
Global Const $PDF_OBJECT_ALLPAGES = BitAND($PDF_OBJECT_EVENPAGES, $PDF_OBJECT_ODDPAGES, $PDF_OBJECT_FIRSTPAGE)
 
Global $BaseFont
Global $FirstChar
Global $LastChar
Global $Param
Global $MissingWidth
Global $Widths[256]
Global $__SetUnit
Global $_PaperSize = "A0"
Global $_Orientation = $PDF_ORIENTATION_PORTRAIT
Global $__SetMargin = 0
Global $_Pages = 0
Global $_CharSpacing
Global $_WordSpacing
Global $_TextScaling
Global $_PageWidth
Global $_PageHeight
Global $_FileName
Global $_Offset = 0
Global $_Font = ""
Global $_ZoomMode
Global $_LayoutMode
Global $_sPage=" "
Global $_sFONT
Global $_sFONTNAME
Global $_Image=""
Global $_sObject
Global $_iResource
Global $_iPages
Global $_iObject = 0
Global $_iMaxObject
Global $_iTmpOffset
Global $_iImageW
Global $_iImageH
Global $_Buffer = ""
Global $_bOpen = False
 
Global $iWidth
Global $iHeight
 
Global $aXREF[1000]
Global $aOBJECTS[2] = [$PDF_OBJECT_NAME, $PDF_OBJECT_OPTIONS]
;~ #endregion CONSTANTS
 
 
 
 
Const $fpbold = 1, $fpitalic = 2, $fpunderline = 4, $fpstrikeout = 8;
Const $sUDFVersion = 'PrintMG.au3 V2.68'
 
 
;V2    add missing '$fPrinterOpen = false' to _PrintDllClose
;      added style to SetFont
;      added GetTextHeight, GetTextWidth, Line
;V2.1  added _PrintImage
;V2.2  added _printEllipse, _PrintArc, _PrintPie
;V2.3 fix error in _PrintRectangle
;     comment in _PrintPageOrientation added to reflect new behaviour of dll
;       which now ignores orientation if printing started and returns -2
;V2.4 Added _PrintSelectPrinter. Needs printmg.dll V2.42 or later
;V2.45 Added _PrinGetPrinter. Needs printmg.dll V2.45 or later
;V2.6 Added _PrintListPrinters. Needs printmg.dll V2.46
;V2.61 Added _PrintRoundedRectangle to have 2 extra parameters for rounded corners
;V2.62 Added _PrintSetTitle
;V2.63 Add $vPath parameter to _PrintDllStart. Thanks to ChrisL
;V2.64 Add _PrintBytesDirect thanks to DeDeep00
;V2.65 Add PrintImageFromDC thanks to YellowLab
;V2.66 Add _PrintGetPaperHeight, _PrintGetPaperWidth. Needs dll V2.52 or later
;V2.67 Add copies parameter to _PrintStartPrint. Thanks to YellowLab. Needs dll 2.53 or later
;V2.68 add para to _PrintSelectPrinter to decide if the selected printer becomes the default.
;          - needs dll v2.54 or later
#cs
AutoIt Version: 3.2.3++
 
Description:    Functions for printing using printmg.dll
 
Functions available:
_PrintVersion
_PrintDllStart
_PrintDllClose
_PrintSetPrinter
_PrintGetPageWidth
_PrintGetPageHeight
_PrintGetHorRes
_PrintGetVertRes
_PrintStartPrint
_PrintSetFont
_PrintNewPage
_PrintEndPrint
_PrintText
_PrintGettextWidth
_PrintGetTextHeight
_PrintLine
_PrintGetXOffset
_PrintGetYOffset
_PrintSetLineCol
_PrintSetLineWid
_PrintImage
_PrintEllipse
_PrintArc
_PrintPie
_PrintRectangle
_PrintGetPageNumber
_PrintPageOrientation
_PrintSelectPrinter
_PrintGetPrinter
_printListPrinters
_PrintBytesDirect
_PrintImageFromDC
_PrintSetTitle
_PrintGetPaperHeight
_PrintGetPaperWidth
_PrintAbort
Author: Martin Gibson
 
 
 
 
#ce
 
 
;PrintVersion
;parameters - $type
;returns
;   on success - if $type = 1 returns version of printmg.dll on success And @error =0
;              - If $type <> 1 Returns version of this UDF and @error = 0
;   on failure - empty String and @error set to 1
Func _PrintVersion($hDll, $type)
If $type <> 1 Then Return $sUDFVersion
 
$vDllAns = DllCall($hDll, 'str', 'version');
If @error = 0 Then
Return $vDllAns[0]
Else
SetError(1)
Return ''
EndIf
 
EndFunc   ;==>_PrintVersion
 
;_PrintGetPrinter
;parameters - $hDll a handle to the dll obtained from _PrintDllStart
;returns  on success a string with the printer name to be used
;                          if no printer then returns an empty string
;         on failure an empty string and @error is set to 1
;Requirements - Needs printmg.dll V2.44 or later
;
;Remarks Can be used to check the result of _PrintSelectPrinter
Func _PrintGetPrinter($hDll)
$vDllAns = DllCall($hDll, 'str', 'GetPrinterName');
If @error = 0 Then
Return $vDllAns[0]
Else
SetError(1)
Return ''
EndIf
 
 
EndFunc   ;==>_PrintGetPrinter
 
 
;aborts printing
;returns 0 on success
;returns -1 if not already printing
;returns -2 if could not execute the dll call
Func _PrintAbort($hDll)
    $vDllAns = DllCall($hDll, 'int', 'AbortPrint');
    If @error = 0 Then
        Return $vDllAns[0]
    Else
        Return -2
    EndIf
 
 
EndFunc   ;==>_PrintGetPrinter
 
;===============================================================================
; Function Name:   _PrintBytesDirect
 
; Description:    Sends the bytes from array $aData directly to the printer
; Parameters:     $aData array of bytes to be sent the first byte is $aData[0]
;
;==============================================================================
Func _PrintBytesDirect($hDll, $sPrinter,$aData)
If Not IsArray($aData) Then Return -1;error
Local $n, $iNum = UBound($aData)
Local $structCodes = DllStructCreate("byte[" & $iNum & "]")
Local $pData = DllStructGetPtr($structCodes)
 
For $n = 1 To $iNum
DllStructSetData($structCodes, $n, $aData[$n - 1])
Next
 
$vDllAns = DllCall($hDll, 'int', 'PrintBytesDirect', 'str',$sPrinter, 'ptr', $pData, 'int', $iNum)
Return $vDllAns[0]
EndFunc   ;==>_PrintBytesDirect
 
;to print a raw file to a printer use
;copy fullfilepath /b prn   # if not on usb
;copy fullfilepath /b //computername/printersharename
;if on the local pc then can use 127.0.0.1 instead of computername
;get printername from control panel, printers and faxes
 
 
;PrintDllStart
;opens the dll. Use PrintDllClose to close the dll
;by using PrintDllStart the settings made in other functions will be valid
;parameters - $sErr a string to hold the error message if any
;           - $vPath the full path to the printmg.dll. If not given then the dll must be
;             in the csript folder or one of the folders searched by Windows
;returns
;   handle to the dll on success - $sErr is empty string And @error =0
;             the handle must be used in all other calls
;   -1 on failure , and @error set to -1 and $sErr contains an error message
Func _PrintDllStart(ByRef $sErr, $vPath = 'printmg.dll')
 
$hDll = DllOpen($vPath)
If $hDll = -1 Then
SetError(1)
$sErr = 'Failed to open ' & $vPath
Return -1;failed
EndIf
 
Return $hDll;ok
 
 
EndFunc   ;==>_PrintDllStart
 
 
;PrintDllClose
;closes the dll. Use PrintDllClose to open the dll
;by using PrintDllStart the settings made in other functions will remain valid for other functions
;parameters - $hDll a handle to the dll obtained from _PrintDllStart
;returns
;   0 on success -  @error =0
;   on failure
;    -1 if $hDll is invalid
;    -2 if could not execute _PrintDllClose
;NB script will terminate if it fails to close printmg.dll
 
Func _PrintDllClose($hDll)
If $hDll = -1 Then Return -1
 
$vDllAns = DllCall($hDll, 'int', 'ClosePrinter');
If @error <> 0 Then Return -2
DllClose($hDll)
Return 0
EndFunc   ;==>_PrintDllClose
 
;_PrintSetPrinter
;parameters - $hDll a handle to the dll obtained from _PrintDllStart
;Brings up a dialog box for choosing the printer
;returns
;     1 if printer chosen success
;     0 if printer selection cancelled
;     -1 if failed
Func _PrintSetPrinter($hDll)
$vDllAns = DllCall($hDll, 'int', 'SetPrinter')
If @error = 0 Then
Return $vDllAns[0]
Else
Return -1
EndIf
 
EndFunc   ;==>_PrintSetPrinter
 
;_PrintSelectPrinter
;selects the printer to use
;
;parameters - $hDll     - a handle to the dll obtained from _PrintDllStart
;           - $printer  -name as in WIndows printer list
;returns
;      1 if printer chosen successfully -
;     -1 if failed
;Requirements - Needs printmg.dll V2.42 or later
;NB selction does not alter the default printer but selects $PrinterName for the
;    current print job.
;   _PrintGetPrinter will return the selected printer and can be used to
;    check the result of _PrintSelectPrinter
Func _PrintSelectPrinter($hDll, $PrinterName, $fSetAsDefault=false)
$vDllAns = DllCall($hDll, 'int', 'SelectPrinter', 'str', $PrinterName,'int',$fSetAsDefault)
If @error = 0 Then
Return $vDllAns[0]
Else
Return -1
EndIf
 
EndFunc   ;==>_PrintSelectPrinter
 
;_PrintGetHorRes
;parameters - $hDll, the handle for printmg.dll
;returns no of pixels across printer page and @error = 0
;
;on failure returns -1 and @error = 1
Func _PrintGetHorRes($hDll)
$vDllAns = DllCall($hDll, 'int', 'GetHorRes')
If @error = 0 Then Return $vDllAns[0]
SetError(1)
Return -1
EndFunc   ;==>_PrintGetHorRes
 
 
;_PrintGetVertRes
;parameters - $hDll, the handle for printmg.dll
;returns no of pixels down printer page and @error = 0
;
;on failure returns -1 and @error = 1
Func _PrintGetVertRes($hDll)
$vDllAns = DllCall($hDll, 'int', 'GetVertRes')
If @error = 0 Then Return $vDllAns[0]
SetError(1)
Return -1
 
EndFunc   ;==>_PrintGetVertRes
 
 
 
 
 
;_PrintSetBrushCol
;parameters - $hDll, the handle for printmg.dll
;             %bcol the colour for the brush ie the color used for filling enclosed shapes
;returns   1 on success and @error - 0
;         -1 on failure And @error = 1
Func _PrintSetBrushCol($hDll, $bcol)
$vDllAns = DllCall($hDll, 'int', 'SetBrushCol', 'int', $bcol)
If @error = 0 Then Return $vDllAns[0]
SetError(1)
Return -1
 
EndFunc   ;==>_PrintSetBrushCol
 
;_PrintEllipse
;parameters - $hDll a handle to the dll obtained from _PrintDllStart. $iTopx,$iTopy,$iBotX,$iBotY explained below
;prints an enclosed (ie full) ellipse in the current line colour amd width, filled with the current brush colour
;         ellipse is drawn on the rectangle $iTopx,$iTopy at the top left, $iBotx,$iBoty at the bottom right
;if the rectangle is a square then the ellipse is a circle
;returns   1 on success and @error - 0
;         -1 on failure And @error = 1
Func _PrintEllipse($hDll, $iTopx, $iTopy, $iBotX, $iBotY)
$vDllAns = DllCall($hDll, 'int', 'Ellipse', 'int', $iTopx, 'int', $iTopy, 'int', $iBotX, 'int', $iBotY)
If @error = 0 Then Return $vDllAns[0]
SetError(1)
Return -1
EndFunc   ;==>_PrintEllipse
 
 
 
;_PrintRectangle
;prints an enclosed rectangle in the current line colour amd width, filled with the current brush colour
;returns   1 on success and @error - 0
;         -1 on failure And @error = 1
Func _PrintRectangle($hDll, $iTopx, $iTopy, $iBotX, $iBotY)
$vDllAns = DllCall($hDll, 'int', 'Rectangle', 'int', $iTopx, 'int', $iTopy, 'int', $iBotX, 'int', $iBotY)
If @error = 0 Then Return $vDllAns[0]
SetError(1)
Return -1
EndFunc   ;==>_PrintRectangle
 
 
 
;_PrintRoundedRectangle
;prints an enclosed rectangle in the current line colour amd width, filled with the current brush colour
;if $Icornerx and $iCornery are both greater than zero the cornes will be elliptical curves with height $iCornery and width $iCornerx.
;(This means the full ellipse would have height $iCornery * 2, width $iCornerx * 2)
;         If both $iCornerx and $iCornery are zero then this function is equivalent to _PrintRectangle
;returns   1 on success and @error - 0
;         -1 on failure And @error = 1
Func _PrintRoundedRectangle($hDll, $iTopx, $iTopy, $iBotX, $iBotY, $iCornerx = 0, $iCornery = 0)
$vDllAns = DllCall($hDll, 'int', 'RoundedRectangle', 'int', $iTopx, 'int', $iTopy, 'int', $iBotX, 'int', $iBotY, 'int', $iCornerx, 'int', $iCornery)
If @error = 0 Then Return $vDllAns[0]
SetError(1)
Return -1
EndFunc   ;==>_PrintRoundedRectangle
 
 
;_PrintPie
;prints an enclosed ie elliptical segment in the current line colour amd width, filled with the current brush colour
;         ellipse is drawn on the rectangle $iTopx,$iTopy at the top left, $iBotx,$iBoty at the bottom right
;if the rectangle is a square then the ellipse is a circle
;the start of the ellipse is at the point where the line from the centre of the rectangle through the point $iAx,$iAy
; intersects the ellipse. The ellipse is drawn clockwise untill the point is reached where the line from the centre
; of the rectangle through the point $iAx,$iAy intersects the ellipse.
;If the end point is also the start point then a full ellipse is drawn.
;if the rectangle is a square then the ellipse is a circle
;returns   1 on success and @error - 0
;         -1 on failure And @error = 1
Func _PrintPie($hDll, $iTopx, $iTopy, $iBotX, $iBotY, $iAx, $iAy, $iBx, $iBy)
$vDllAns = DllCall($hDll, 'int', 'Pie', 'int', $iTopx, 'int', $iTopy, 'int', $iBotX, 'int', $iBotY, 'int', $iAx, 'int', $iAy, 'int', $iBx, 'int', $iBy)
If @error = 0 Then Return $vDllAns[0]
SetError(1)
Return -1
 
EndFunc   ;==>_PrintPie
 
 
;_PrintArc
;prints an enclosed ie elliptical arc in the current line colour amd width.
;         ellipse is drawn on the rectangle $iTopx,$iTopy at the top left, $iBotx,$iBoty at the bottom right
;if the rectangle is a square then the ellipse is a circle
;the start of the ellipse is at the point where the line from the centre of the rectangle through the point $iAx,$iAy
; intersects the ellipse. The ellipse is drawn clockwise untill the point is reached where the line from the centre
; of the rectangle through the point $iAx,$iAy intersects the ellipse.
;If the end point is also the start point then a full ellipse is drawn.
;if the rectangle is a square then the ellipse is a circle
;returns   1 on success and @error - 0
;         -1 on failure And @error = 1
Func _PrintArc($hDll, $iTopx, $iTopy, $iBotX, $iBotY, $iAx, $iAy, $iBx, $iBy)
$vDllAns = DllCall($hDll, 'int', 'Arc', 'int', $iTopx, 'int', $iTopy, 'int', $iBotX, 'int', $iBotY, 'int', $iAx, 'int', $iAy, 'int', $iBx, 'int', $iBy)
If @error = 0 Then Return $vDllAns[0]
SetError(1)
Return -1
 
EndFunc   ;==>_PrintArc
 
 
 
;_PrintGetPageHeight
;parameters - $hDll, the handle for printmg.dll
;returns page height in tenths of a millimetre and @error = 0
;The page ht is the printable ht
;on failure returns -1 and @error = 1
;Related: _PrintGetPaperHeight
Func _PrintGetPageHeight($hDll)
$vDllAns = DllCall($hDll, 'int', 'GetPageHeight')
If @error = 0 Then Return $vDllAns[0]
SetError(1)
Return -1
 
 
EndFunc   ;==>_PrintGetPageHeight
 
 
;_PrintGetPaperHeight
;parameters - $hDll, the handle for printmg.dll
;returns physical paper height in tenths of a millimetre and @error = 0
;The page ht is the printable ht which will not be greater than the paper ht
;on failure returns -1 and @error = 1
Func _PrintGetPaperHeight($hDll)
$vDllAns = DllCall($hDll, 'int', 'GetPaperHeight')
If @error = 0 Then Return $vDllAns[0]
SetError(1)
Return -1
 
 
EndFunc   ;==>_PrintGetPaperHeight
 
;_PrintGetPageWidth
;parameters - $hDll, the handle for printmg.dll
;returns page width in tenths of a millimetre and @error = 0
;The page width is the printable width
;on failure returns -1 and @error = 1
Func _PrintGetPageWidth($hDll)
$vDllAns = DllCall($hDll, 'int', 'GetPageWidth')
If @error = 0 Then Return $vDllAns[0]
SetError(1)
Return -1
 
EndFunc   ;==>_PrintGetPageWidth
 
;_PrintGetPaperWidth
;parameters - $hDll, the handle for printmg.dll
;returns physical paper width in tenths of a millimetre and @error = 0
;The page width is the printable width which will not be more than the paper width
;on failure returns -1 and @error = 1
Func _PrintGetPaperWidth($hDll)
$vDllAns = DllCall($hDll, 'int', 'GetPaperWidth')
If @error = 0 Then Return $vDllAns[0]
SetError(1)
Return -1
 
EndFunc   ;==>_PrintGetPaperWidth
 
;_PrintStartPrint
;initialises the printer ready to print.
;Must be called before any printing functions
;parameters - $hDll, the handle for printmg.dll
;           - $print copies = the number of times each page will be printed.
;returns 1 on success  and @error = 0
;returns -1 if failed to start printer and sets @error to 1
;returns -2 if number of copies is set to less than 1 and @error =2
;
;on failure returns -1 and @error = 1
Func _PrintStartPrint($hDll,$printCopies=1)
if $printCopies < 1 then return SetError(-2,0,-2)
$vDllAns = DllCall($hDll, 'int', 'PrinterBegin','int',$printCopies)
If @error = 0 Then Return $vDllAns[0]
SetError(1)
Return -1
 
 
EndFunc   ;==>_PrintStartPrint
 
 
;_PrintGetPageNumber
;Returns the current page number
;Can be used to see if printing has been started with _PrintBeginDoc
;parameters - $hDll, the handle for printmg.dll
;returns 0 if not printing
;        the page number if printing in progress ie the page being
;          created which is not the page actually being printed.
;on success @error = 0
;on failure returns -1 and @error = 1
Func _PrintGetPageNumber($hDll)
$vDllAns = DllCall($hDll, 'int', 'GetPageNumber')
If @error = 0 Then Return $vDllAns[0]
SetError(1)
Return -1
 
 
EndFunc   ;==>_PrintGetPageNumber
 
 
;_PrintEndPrint
;Ends the printing operations
;parameters - $hDll, the handle for printmg.dll
;returns 1 on success  and @error = 0
;
;on failure returns -1 and @error = 1
Func _PrintEndPrint($hDll)
$vDllAns = DllCall($hDll, 'int', 'PrinterEnd')
If @error = 0 Then Return $vDllAns[0]
SetError(1)
Return -1
EndFunc   ;==>_PrintEndPrint
 
 
 
;_PrintNewPage
;ends the last page; any further printing will be done on the next page
;parameters - $hDll, the handle for printmg.dll
;returns 1 on success  and @error = 0
;
;on failure returns -1 and @error = 1
;if you use this function there will be another page printed even if it is blank!
Func _PrintNewPage($hDll)
$vDllAns = DllCall($hDll, 'int', 'NewPage')
If @error = 0 Then Return $vDllAns[0]
SetError(1)
Return -1
EndFunc   ;==>_PrintNewPage
 
 
;~ Func _PrintPageOrientation($hDll, $iPortrait = 1)
;~  $vDllAns = DllCall($hDll, 'int', 'Portrait', 'int', $iPortrait)
 
 
 
 
Func _PrintPaperSize($hDll, $_PaperSize)
$vDllAns = DllCall($hDll, 'int', $iWidth = 1, 'int', $iHeight = 1)
 
$_PaperSize = StringUpper($hDll)
Switch $hDll
Case "A0"
$_PageWidth = 2383.937
$_PageHeight = 3370.394
Case "A1"
$_PageWidth = 1683.780
$_PageHeight = 2383.937
Case "A2"
$_PageWidth = 1190.551
$_PageHeight = 1683.780
Case "A3"
$_PageWidth = 841.890
$_PageHeight = 1190.551
Case "A4"
$_PageWidth = 595.276
$_PageHeight = 841.890
Case "CUSTOM"
If $iWidth = -1 Or $iHeight = -1 Then
$_PageWidth = 595.276
$_PageHeight = 841.890
Else
$_PageWidth = $iWidth
$_PageHeight = $iHeight
EndIf
Case Else
$_PageWidth = 595.2
$_PageHeight = 842
EndSwitch
 
 
 
;~  If @error = 0 Then Return $vDllAns[0]
;~  SetError(1)
;~  Return -1
EndFunc   ;==>_PrintNewPage
 
;_PrintSetFont
;Parameters
;            $hDll handle to the printmg.dll
;            $FontName the font to use in any later _PrintText functions
;            $FontSize the size of the font
;            $FontCol the colour of the font, defaults to 0 (black). -1 is taken as the default colour.
;            $Fontstyle  String which contains any of 'bold', 'underline', 'italic', 'strikeout'
;                   In any Order and case independant
;                   default is '' which means regular
;       a value for $FontCol must be given if $FontStyle is used.
Func _PrintSetFont($hDll, $FontName, $FontSize, $FontCol = 0, $Fontstyle = '')
Local $iStyle = 0
 
If $FontCol = -1 Then $FontCol = 0
If $Fontstyle = -1 Then $Fontstyle = ''
If $Fontstyle <> '' Then
If StringInStr($Fontstyle, "bold", 0) Then $iStyle = 1
If StringInStr($Fontstyle, "italic", 0) Then $iStyle += 2
If StringInStr($Fontstyle, "underline", 0) Then $iStyle += 4
If StringInStr($Fontstyle, "strikeout", 0) Then $iStyle += 8
EndIf
 
$vDllAns = DllCall($hDll, 'int', 'SetFont', 'str', $FontName, 'int', $FontSize, 'int', $FontCol, 'int', $iStyle)
Return $vDllAns[0]
EndFunc   ;==>_PrintSetFont
 
;_PrintImage
;Parameters
;            $hDll handle to the printmg.dll
;           $sImagePath full path to prints bmp, jpg or ico file to print
;           $TopX,$TopY, the x,y coords of the top left corner of the rectangle to print in
;           $wid is the width of the rectangle to print the image in
;           $ht is the height of the rectangle to print the image in
;               all dims in tenths of mm
;returns 1 on success and @error = 0
;       on error @error = 1 and value returned is -1 if error calling dll
;                                                 -2 If file not found
;                                                 -3 if file is not jpg or bmp
;                                                 -4 if unsupported icon file
;NB File type is determined purely by file extension ie .bmp or .jpg or .ico
Func _PrintImage($hDll, $sImagePath, $TopX, $TopY, $wid, $ht)
$vDllAns = DllCall($hDll, 'int', 'Image', 'str', $sImagePath, 'int', $TopX, 'int', $TopY, 'int', $wid, 'Int', $ht)
If @error = 0 Then Return $vDllAns[0]
SetError(1)
Return -1
 
EndFunc   ;==>_PrintImage
 
;_PrintImageFromDC
;Parameters
;            $hDC handle to a bitmap
;           $TopX,$TopY, the x,y coords of the top left corner of the bitmap to copy from
;           $wid,$ht the width and ht of the rectangle to copy from the bitmap
;           $PrintX,$PrintY the topleft corner on the page for the picture in units of 0.1mm
;           $printWId, $PrintHt the width and height of the image on the paper in units of 0.1mm
;returns 1 on success and @error = 0
;       on error @error = 1 and value returned is -1 if error calling dll
 
Func _PrintImageFromDC($hDll, $hDC, $TopX, $TopY, $wid, $ht,$printTopX, $printTopY, $printWidth, $printHeight)
;_PrintImageFomDC($hDll, $hDC, $TopX, $TopY,$Width, $Height,$PrintTopX,$PrintTopY,$PrintWidth,$PrintHeight)
$vDllAns = DllCall($hDll, 'int', 'ImageFromHandle', 'hwnd', $hDC, 'int', $TopX, 'int', $TopY, 'int', $wid, 'Int', $ht,'Int', $PrintTopX,'Int', $PrintTopY,'Int', $PrintWidth,'Int', $PrintHeight)
If @error = 0 Then Return $vDllAns[0]
SetError(1)
Return -1
 
EndFunc   ;==>_PrintImage
 
 
;_PrintPageOrientation
;sets printer to portrait or landscape
;parameters
;            $hDll handle to the printmg.dll
;            $iPortrait = 1 to set portrait (default)
;                       = 0 to set landscape
;returns 1 on success and @error = 0
;        -2 if printing has been started and orientation cannot be changed
;          (_PrintStartPrint starts printing even if nothing has been sent to print.)
;NB File type is determined purely by file extension ie .bmp or .jpg or .ico
Func _PrintPageOrientation($hDll, $iPortrait = 1)
$vDllAns = DllCall($hDll, 'int', 'Portrait', 'int', $iPortrait)
If @error = 0 Then Return $vDllAns[0]
SetError(1)
Return -1
ConsoleWrite("ppoend" & @CRLF)
EndFunc   ;==>_PrintPageOrientation
 
 
;_PrintText
;prints the text $sText at position $ix,$iy at an angle $iAngle using the last set font, size,style and colour.
;$ix and $iy are in units of 0.1 mm i.e $ix=476 for 47.6mm
;for inches multiply by 25.4 i.e. $ix=254 for one inch
;returns 1 on success and @error = 0
;       -1 on failure
;parameters
;            $hDll handle to the printmg.dll
;            $sText the string to print on the line starting at $ix,$iy
;            $iAngle in degrees. 0 = default ie normal left to right, 90 = vertically up, 270 = vertically down
;            180 degrees bug which is overcome by changing 180 to 179 until solution found
;To check that the text will fit a space use _PrintGEtTextHeight and _PrintGetTextWidth
Func _PrintText($hDll, $sText, $ix = -1, $iy = -1, $iAngle = 0)
If $iAngle = 180 Then
$iAngle = 179; 180 doesn't work so maybe this won't get noticed
EndIf
 
$vDllAns = DllCall($hDll, 'int', 'printText', 'str', $sText, 'int', $ix, 'int', $iy, 'int', $iAngle)
If @error = 0 Then Return $vDllAns[0]
SetError(1)
Return -1
 
EndFunc   ;==>_PrintText
 
 
;_PrintGetXOffset
;gets the width of a margin at the side side of the page in tenths of mm which will cannot be printed on.
;   can be 0 for some printers.
;paramter $dDll handle to the printmg.dll
Func _PrintGetXOffset($hDll)
Local $vDllAns = DllCall($hDll, 'int', 'GetXOffset')
If @error = 0 Then
Return $vDllAns[0];tenths of mm
EndIf
SetError(1)
Return -1
EndFunc   ;==>_PrintGetXOffset
 
 
;_PrintGetYOffset
;gets the heigth of a margin at the top of the page in tenths of mm which will cannot be printed on.
;   can be 0 for some printers.
;paramter $dDll handle to the printmg.dll
Func _PrintGetYOffset($hDll)
Local $vDllAns = DllCall($hDll, 'int', 'GetYOffset')
If @error = 0 Then Return $vDllAns[0];tenths of mm
SetError(1)
Return -1
EndFunc   ;==>_PrintGetYOffset
 
 
 
;_PrintGetTextWidth
;parameters - $hDll, the handle for printmg.dll
;             $sWText the text to find the width for
;returns on success the width in tenths of mm taken by the text if printed using the current font settings.
;         and @error = 0
;
;        on failure returns -1 and @error = -1
Func _PrintGetTextWidth($hDll, $sWText)
 
Local $vDllAns = DllCall($hDll, 'int', 'TextWidth', 'str', $sWText)
If @error = 0 Then Return $vDllAns[0];tenths of mm
SetError(1)
Return -1
 
EndFunc   ;==>_PrintGetTextWidth
 
;_PrintGetTextHeight
;parameters - $hDll, the handle for printmg.dll
;returns on success the height in tenths of mm taken by the text if printed using the current font settings.
;            actually the height is only determined by the font settings not by the text in $sHText
;            and @error = 0
; on failure returns -1 and @error = 1
;
Func _PrintGetTextHeight($hDll, $sHText)
 
Local $vDllAns = DllCall($hDll, 'int', 'TextHeight', 'str', $sHText)
If @error = 0 Then Return $vDllAns[0];tenths of mm
SetError(1)
Return -1
 
EndFunc   ;==>_PrintGetTextHeight
 
 
 
 
;_PrintSetLineWid
;parameters - $hDll, the handle for printmg.dll
;           - $iWid the width in tenths of mm for the line
;returns on success the width in tenths of mm taken by the text if printed using the current font settings.
;         and @error = 0
; on failure returns -1 and @error = 1
;
Func _PrintSetLineWid($hDll, $iWid)
Local $vDllAns
$vDllAns = DllCall($hDll, 'int', 'SetLineWid', 'int', $iWid)
If @error = 0 Then Return $vDllAns[0];tenths of mm
SetError(1)
Return -1
 
EndFunc   ;==>_PrintSetLineWid
 
 
;_PrintSetLineCol
;parameters - $hDll, the handle for printmg.dll
;           - $iCol colour for the line
;returns 1 success and @error = 0
; on failure returns -1 and @error = 1
Func _PrintSetLineCol($hDll, $iCol)
Local $vDllAns = DllCall($hDll, 'int', 'SetLineCol', 'int', $iCol)
;ConsoleWrite("set line col to " & $iCol & @CRLF)
If @error = 0 Then Return $vDllAns[0];
SetError(1)
Return -1
 
EndFunc   ;==>_PrintSetLineCol
 
 
;_PrintLine
;parameters - $hDll, the handle for printmg.dll
;             $iXStart the x coord for the start of the line in tenths of mm
;             $iYStart the y coord for the start of the line
;             $iXEnd the x coord for the end of the line
;             $iYEnd the y coord for the end of the line
;        0,0 is top left of page
;returns on success the height in tenths of mm taken by the text if printed using the current font settings.
;            actually the height is only determined by the font settings not by the text in $sHText
;         and @error = 0
; on failure returns -1
;
;on failure returns -1 and @error = 1
Func _PrintLine($hDll, $iXStart, $iYStart, $iXEnd, $iYEnd);start x,y, end x,y in tenths of mm
$vDllAns = DllCall($hDll, 'int', 'Line', 'int', $iXStart, 'int', $iYStart, 'int', $iXEnd, 'int', $iYEnd)
If @error = 0 Then Return $vDllAns[0]
SetError(1)
Return -1
 
 
EndFunc   ;==>_PrintLine
 
;_PrintListPrinters
;parameters - $hDll, the handle for printmg.dll
;returns on success
;       a string with a list of installed printers separated by '|' and @error = 0
; on failure returns an empty string and @error = 1
Func _PrintListPrinters($hDll)
$vDllAns = DllCall($hDll, 'str', 'ListPrinters')
If @error = 0 Then Return $vDllAns[0]
SetError(1)
Return ''
 
EndFunc   ;==>_PrintListPrinters
 
 
 
;_PrintSetDocTitle
;Sets the document title. Must be used before _PrintStartPrint or after _PrintEndPrint
;returns 1 on success and @error = 0
;       -1 on failure
;parameters
;            $hDll handle to the printmg.dll
;            $sTitle the string to be used for the document title
;Requires printmg.dll v
Func _PrintSetDocTitle($hDll, $sTitle)
 
$vDllAns = DllCall($hDll, 'int', 'SetTitle', 'str', $sTitle)
If @error = 0 Then Return $vDllAns[0]
SetError(1)
Return -1
 
EndFunc   ;==>_PrintSetDocTitle
 
 
 

 

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#4 ·  Posted (edited)

Oh I see I have old UDF and but new libraries are available .

 

If you want to use any print method (functions) from this library / UDF you must us commercial/evaluation version.

And then you can use 

_QPDF_NewLibraryPath_Commercial($sLibrary_NewFileFullPath, $sNewClassName, $sNewCLSID, $sNewIID)

to select new DLL file .

btw.

I think it is time to update my UDF.

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Oh I see I have old UDF and but new libraries are available .

 

If you want to use any print method (functions) from this library / UDF you must us commercial/evaluation version.

And then you can use 

_QPDF_NewLibraryPath_Commercial($sLibrary_NewFileFullPath, $sNewClassName, $sNewCLSID, $sNewIID)

to select new DLL file .

btw.

I think it is time to update my UDF.

I can't understand You. Please throw me the latest free version. I greatly need. I'm not an experienced programmer. It's easier for me to see a ready option.

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Oh I see I have old UDF and but new libraries are available .

 

If you want to use any print method (functions) from this library / UDF you must us commercial/evaluation version.

And then you can use 

_QPDF_NewLibraryPath_Commercial($sLibrary_NewFileFullPath, $sNewClassName, $sNewCLSID, $sNewIID)

to select new DLL file .

btw.

I think it is time to update my UDF.

 

mLipok,

please send me latest and full version files QuickPDF.au3 and QuickPDF_Examples.au3. Thanks in advance.

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I just submit new intermediate version.


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