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Hi everyone. I want to format the output of _INetGetSource to look nice and pretty.
Example google.com source output:
by eltorro Posted April 26, 2010
Most print preview solutions use the MFC Doc/View architecture which limits it usefulness outside of c++. I found an article where a Delphi programmer used Enhanced Meta Files wrapped in a custom header and packaged together to create a print preview control. After a little more searching, It looks like using EMFs is a solution that would work.
Some people suggest to create the document in Word or HTML and use Word or a browser to view it. Indeed, I have rendered documents to HTML and used the IE UDF to display the contents and/or print them. Not quite as ideal as one would like.
Using GRS's printwin.au3 as a start, I came up with a print preview solution which others may be able to expand upon
Looking to automate...I have PDF files...Need to convert them all to 2 pages each but more specifically, retain only the first and last.
Searched a lot and hitting the wall....Any ideas? Just directions would do...
Not sure how to "print to file" and I believe |ShellExecuteWait($sFilePath, " /h /p", "", "print", @SW_HIDE)| doesn't give options of what pages...
I have a project to print a prn printfile to a barcode printer. File is both binary (fonts and pictures) and text mixed in a format understandable for the printer. I need some advice about the methode to deal and use windows printer spooler. The printers could be connected in network or localy by USB, so easiest is to make that connection by windows.
I have not found any easy way to print in the site, just how to setup a new printer or change parameters. I thought printing was the easy part.
My program should be used by windows vista, 7, 8 and 10 and sometime in POS environment.
Right now I print by FTP to CAB printers, but its not always accepted in some networks or by firewalls. I need to change it, and also be open to use other printers.
The option I have seen is windows LPR command, but I dont know if its usable in all windows versions or if it behave different. I tested it from cmd.exe, but have not succeded for the printers I normaly use.
Copy to LPT or COM is also an alternative. DIsadvantage is I need to change in driver to connect LPT/COM to the printer and not userfriendly to install.
I want a solid solution, not complicated for the user and easy to understand and maintain.
Just a procedure in Auto-IT like 'Print ("Printer name", "File")' to put it in the que, and leave the printer maintain to windows.
Any ideas or considirations?
Where to begin?
(soory for the speling, not my naitive language)