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I have a problem with my PC.
01-19-2005, 03:45 AM,
#1
I have a problem with my PC.
Hi friends! All of us use PCs and I know that only few of us are trouble shooters.We all face some problems with our PCs either hardware of software (i.e CD rom is stopped, Video isn't running, Computer don't start, Can't hear sound, A software is not running, etc). These are small problems but realy tease us sometime. I desided to start this topic so that if anyone have a problem he'll put it here and other will help him solve it. Isn't it better then taking PC every time to the market.

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02-14-2005, 05:43 PM,
#2
 
a-o-a,
i have recently developed an application regarding iventory mgnt. and Sales Tax calculation.
i m having problems regarding printing Dlls. ( in VB 6.0 )
ne idea about them ?
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02-15-2005, 06:53 AM,
#3
 
Hi Junaid
I have been working with VB 6 but I left it 2 years back and now I use VS .NET. VB 6 always creates problems.
If this application is small sized and in private use then you should not use an independent printing mathod insteed it is better to export the data into office (EXCEL, WORD) [Surely not by copy-paste but by "office automation" if u know the term] and then print it. It is very easy mothod and I use it because data can be further formated/saved and it provides better results.
If independent printing is necessary then use MS data form.
You did not mentioned that
1- What type of data is used (spreed sheet, Access, Text etc)
2- How it is being saved
3- What printing mathod u are using

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02-15-2005, 07:01 AM,
#4
 
To avoid dll errors, you should check if all dlls that u need are added in setup and all references are OK.
It is also a problem in VB 6 that we can't find a problem.
However if u can then you should migrate your application to VB .Net

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`*`*`*` and Smiling;
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02-23-2005, 07:54 PM,
#5
 
thanx shahid
but i recently got a solution..i used pageset40.dll
actually the problem was not of printing. but the printing in landscape view(which vb reports do as default)
thanx neway
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