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Topic: Print PDF from HTML button in Netscape
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 93237
From: z9t87
Date: 7/30/2003 07:14 AM

Hi,

I've seen several problems here similar to mine, but not quite the same. I have an HTML page that displays the first page of a PDF file using OBJECT tags. I also have an HTML button on the page that should print out the entire PDF document (not just the first page). The button works only in Internet Explorer, not in Netscape. When the button is clicked in Netscape, nothing happens at all.

Here is the VBScript to print the document:

Sub BtnPrint_onclick__
if PrintCount = 0 then
Pdf1.Print
PrintCount = PrintCount + 1
end if
End Sub

I've tried the same function in JavaScript, and again it only works in IE. Anyone know of a fix for this?

Thanks!

Georges


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