Re: (Fwd) Re: [NTB] Total printing pages
- Hi Jody,
TxtPrint is exactly what's needed - until NTP has similar
functionality ;-/ it works exactly as needed and then some -
Ooh yes, still using a reg version of Phil Katz's orig 2.04g for all
8.3 files or Winzip parked in the systray 8-þ.
All else is your usual wealth of tips 'n help. It's almost tempting
to ask regular obscure question just to see the 243% extra stuff you
Thanks Jody. Regards ...
> Hi Sam,[deletia]
> >I'm using a simple old DeskJet 600 to print screenplays
> >and submissions. Works perfectly for the job.
> You might try out a freeware printing utility that addsregular windows print dialog used by NoteTab. If you need to
> quite a few more printing options and preferred by many users over > the
> discuss TxtPrint, please do so on the Off Topic list.which will give you print preview, page n of pages n and allow
> You can download the Library that Eric Fookes made which
> has a link to the small TxtPrint utility (both links are below) in > it
> you to print selections of text instead of the whole document.
> It has a number of other small nice to have features too.
> You need to have a compression utility to unzip the zip
> files. Ask me if you do not know what that is. Install TxtPrint10,
> the software, wherever you would like. Install the .clb file
> Eric made to the NoteTab Libraries folder. It will show up on the
> Libraries Bar at the bottom of NoteTab. Click on it to activate the
> Clipbook Library - goes in Libraries folder:
> TxtPrint10 - Install wherever you want:
> You can put the printing Clip on your default Clipbar if
> you wish. For more information about the Clipbar in
> registered versions of NoteTab and some basic Clip information
> please read the following web page.
> Also, you can go into Windows Explorer (or My Computer)
> and right click over TxtPrint.clb and then check Properties. Click
> on Hidden and that will hide the Library off the Libraries Bar. You
> can still access it from the Clipbook's combo box, the small upper
> window which is above the Clip items in all Libraries. Please
> see Help | NoteTab's Glossary for terms you might be unfamiliar