|(Declarations)||Declarations||Declarations and private variables for the CPrintDialog class.|
|Collate||Property||Determine if Collate option is selected.|
|All||Property||Determine if All option is selected.|
|Copies||Property||Get the number specified in the Copies text box of the printer dialog box.
Note: Printers with built-in support for printing multiple copies, this property always returns 1, but the correct number is printed.
|Flags||Property||Get the bitwise flags used when displaying the Printer dialog. Multiple flags are specified by combining them in OR clauses (e.g. PrintDialog.Flags = priPageNum Or priCollate).|
|FromPage||Property||Get the value in the From text box on the printer dialog.|
|Max||Property||Get the maximum printer page number that FromPage and ToPage can return.|
|Min||Property||Get the minimum printer page number that FromPage and ToPage can return.|
|ToPage||Property||Get the value in the From text box on the printer dialog.|
|Class_Initialize||Initialize||Set initial values to defaults which may be overridden with property settings.|
|SetPrintRange||Method||Set the print range of pages numbers.|
|Show||Method||Displays the Print common dialog.|
' Example of CPrintDialog ' ' To use this example, create a new module and paste this code into it. ' Then run the procedure by putting the cursor in the procedure and pressing: ' F5 to run it, or ' F8 to step through it line-by-line (see the Debug menu for more options) Private Sub Example_CPrintDialog() ' Comments: Examples of using the CPrintDialog class to control the Windows Print Dialog from VB6 and VBA with 32 and 64 bit Windows API calls. ' The Printer dialog is displayed twice. The first with the default settings and the second with customized values. ' The dialog doesn't print anything, so feel free to press the OK button. Dim clsPrintDialog As CPrintDialog Dim intLoop As Integer For intLoop = 1 To 2 Set clsPrintDialog = New CPrintDialog If intLoop = 1 Then ' Use default settings Else ' Set flags as desired 'clsPrintDialog.Flags = priUseDevModeCopies Or priAllPages Or priNoPageNums Or priReturnDC Or priDisablePrintToFile Or priNoSelection ' Usually, the selection option is disabled for the print range clsPrintDialog.Flags = priNoSelection ' Rather than defaulting to All pages, set the default page range Call clsPrintDialog.SetPrintRange(2, 5) ' Set the number of copies to print if it's more than one clsPrintDialog.Copies = 3 ' Turn on collation option clsPrintDialog.Collate = True End If ' Show dialog and test if OK was selected If clsPrintDialog.Show() Then ' Show user selections in Immediate Window Debug.Print "All Pages: " & clsPrintDialog.All If Not clsPrintDialog.All Then Debug.Print "From Page: " & clsPrintDialog.FromPage Debug.Print "To Page : " & clsPrintDialog.ToPage End If Debug.Print "Copies : " & clsPrintDialog.Copies Debug.Print "Collate : " & clsPrintDialog.Collate Debug.Print Else Debug.Print "Cancel selected" End If ' Clean up Set clsPrintDialog = Nothing Next intLoop End Sub
The source code in Total Visual Sourcebook includes modules and classes for Microsoft Access, Visual Basic 6 (VB6), and Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) developers. Easily add this professionally written, tested, and documented royalty-free code into your applications to simplify your application development efforts.
Total Visual SourceBook is written for the needs of a developer using a source code library covering the many challenges you face. Countless developers over the years have told us they learned some or much of their development skills and tricks from our code. You can too!
Supports Access/Office 2016, 2013, 2010 and 2007, and Visual Basic 6.0!
"The code is exactly how I would like to write code and the algorithms used are very efficient and well-documented."
Van T. Dinh, Microsoft MVP