We start by creating an object that represents Internet Explorer. The navigate method allows us to decide the file that will be opened. A URL could be used here if you wanted to open a web page instead. The while loop stops any further processing while IE loads the file. We then make IE visible to display the file.
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Thread starter Andrew Meador Start date Jul 16, Andrew Meador. GetValue "footer", 0. GetValue "header", 0. Anyway, when the user clicks the 'Print' button on the application form, this sub is called with the full path to the file passed via the URL parameter.
The user then has a Print Dialog box pop up letting them select the printer to print to. The problem is that the print dialog box is coming up behind the application. How can I make the dialog box come up on top of the application? Thanks in advance! You must log in or register to reply here. Ask a Question Want to reply to this thread or ask your own question? Ask a Question. Jul 23, Easy HTML printing without print dialog. Dec 22, Dec 23, Centering Print Dialog?
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