Printing multiple pages

Sarah Reichelt sarah.reichelt at gmail.com
Sun Jan 18 17:45:43 EST 2009


Thanks Joe. I tried this but the same things happen.

Sarah


> I suspect that the value of "x" gets stuck at tPageCount after you've
> printed the first time; so I'd add the statement *put 1 into x* just prior
> to the repeat with line, making sure that x is always initialized to 1. I
> know this sounds kind of stupid, but???
>
> I hope that works.
>
> Joe Wilkins
>
> On Jan 15, 2009, at 7:15 PM, Sarah Reichelt wrote:
>
>> Hi All,
>>
>> I have a script that splits a report into multiple pages and tries to
>> print them one by one. I have a single field that displays the data,
>> then I have tried various ways to get the pages to print. I want to
>> queue all the pages and have them all print at once.
>>
>> My basic script is:
>>
>>   repeat with x = 1 to tPageCount
>>       displayPage x
>>       print this card
>>       --   revPrintField the long name of fld "Report"
>>       --  revPrintText the htmltext of fld "Report", , ,the long
>> name of fld "Report"
>>   end repeat
>>
>> As you can see, I have tried using revPrintField and revPrintText but
>> had to settle on "print this card".
>> revPrintField and revPrintText both worked the first time, but after
>> that, they only printed the last page.
>> "print this card" seems to work every time, but I have to resize the
>> stack while printing, and it seems slower.
>>
>> The displayPage script works perfectly as I put in a "wait" for
>> testing and I could see that each page was being displayed.
>>
>> The only clue I have is that the print progress dialog seems to be
>> miscounting. It's sequence for a 3 page report is:
>>  Processing page:
>>  Processing page: 1
>>  Processing page: 2
>>
>> or if only the last page is going to print:
>>  Processing page:
>>  Processing page: 1
>>  Processing page: 1
>>
>> Neither of these are completely correct, but they are different.
>>
>> So does anyone have an explanation for why revPrintField and
>> revPrintText would only print the last page?
>> Or any suggestions or work-arounds or alternatives that do not use
>> "print this card"?
>>
>> TIA,
>> Sarah
>>
>> Rev 3.5.0-dp-1 & Rev 3.0.0, Mac OS X 10.5.6
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