Re: [NTB] Print Dialog | Selection Unavailable
- Another way is to do it with a clip. (Clips List for clips questions)
The Clip would get selection, copy to a new doc, and execute the print
command on the new doc.
A couple of ways to do it.
Using KEYBOARD calls:
Copy below this line
H="Print selected text"
Copy above this line
Don - HtmlFixIt.com wrote:
> Chuck Seward wrote:
> > Long-time user (and lurker on these lists). I've gathered an incredible
> > amount of good info here!
> > I've been kicking around whether to present this for discussion, and
> > finally grown tired of the work-around. With all of this brain trust
> > together, mebbe, there's an answer to this!
> > When the Print dialog is open, the choice to only print the selected
> text is
> > "grayed out" -- yes, I have text selected. I believe I remember this
> > available in past iterations of NoteTab. I have a mind like a steel trap
> > (door), and I may be wrong. I can't find a mention in the Help file.
> > XP Pro SP2 at work, the nasty Vista at home (if I'd only known...)
> > NoteTab Pro 5.61/fv on both machines.
> > Please help,
> > Chuck
> Hi Chuck,
> Printing options in notetab have always been a bit limited.
> Try getting a copy of text print. There is a library that goes with it.
> Here is the info from the clip:
> "This library was written by Fookes Software to serve as an interface to
> the TxtPrint program. You are free to customize it any way you like!
> NoteTab currently does not integrate a print-preview function. However,
> you can use the free TxtPrint utility from Örjan Råberg for this task.
> It provides print preview and, if you want, lets you print multiple
> pages per sheet so you can save a lot of paper. TxtPrint can be
> downloaded from the following link:
> In addition to other advantages, it allows print selection.