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 Easy Question--About Printing?

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I am using TP 7.0 and when ever I print it only prints whats on the =
screen, if a line extends the view of the screen it will not print.  Is =
there any way around this?

Thanks


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Wed, 18 Jun 1902 08:00:00 GMT  
 Easy Question--About Printing?

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> I am using TP 7.0 and when ever I print it only prints whats on the =
> screen, if a line extends the view of the screen it will not print.  Is =
> there any way around this?

   Are you doing this with PrtScr (or some key combination of "print
screen" keys)?  If so, that's nothing that TP7.0 can deal with, since
that's the operating system interface to the printer.
   What is the data you're attempting to print - data produced by the
program?  If so, how about writing it to Lst instead (or as well)?  Like
this:

uses CRT,Printer;
...
  writeln ('This is displayed on the screen.');
  writeln (Lst,'This is printed on the online printer.')



Wed, 18 Jun 1902 08:00:00 GMT  
 Easy Question--About Printing?


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>I am using TP 7.0 and when ever I print it only prints whats on the =
>screen, if a line extends the view of the screen it will not print.  Is =
>there any way around this?

Set the end of line wrap on on your printer. I cannot tell more as you
do not tell what printer you have.

Osmo



Wed, 18 Jun 1902 08:00:00 GMT  
 Easy Question--About Printing?

I assume your are trying to print source files from the Turbo.exe IDE.
What are you settings for the filter and the syntax options?  These
are found under File|Printer Setup

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>I am using TP 7.0 and when ever I print it only prints whats on the =
>screen, if a line extends the view of the screen it will not print.  Is =
>there any way around this?
>Thanks

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>print it only=20
>prints whats on the screen, if a line extends the view of the screen it =
>will not=20
>print.&nbsp; Is there any way around this?</FONT></DIV>
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