3rd party printing packages

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    Mark Turkel Guest

    Default 3rd party printing packages

    Hi,<BR>Can anyone point me in the right direction to print in a formatted format? Printing the browser screen is not an option..<BR>Usually we use Crystal Reports, but I&#039d like to integrate something into the ASP front-end I&#039m providing for the users.<BR><BR>Thanks,<BR>Mark<BR>

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    Steve Cimino Guest

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    Your best bet for controlled printing is using Adobe. I haven&#039t found or heard any of the others to be reliable.

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    Mark Turkel Guest

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    That&#039s not a bad idea at all! Even though I&#039m only printing pure text (this time), it really would solve the problem...Now, the question is: Do you have the Adobe format and/or possible a snippet of code that will create a "hello world!"?<BR><BR>I really appreciate the help -- short on time for researching.<BR><BR>Mark<BR>

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    Steve Cimino Guest

    Default RE: 3rd party printing packages

    Well, it comes at a price. You have to buy adobe in order to program with it. I think it&#039s around $300-$500. Check out their website. Outside of that, it&#039s pretty straight forward programming.

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