Posted: 09/19/2002 20:01:57
"Sergey Tkachenko" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Do you mean printing with RichViewActions?
Yes, I should have been more clear
>This event should not be called twice if user cancels printing, but it
> should if printing is not cancelled.
But it is called once if the user cancels printing, and twice if printing is
>This is a safeguard. In this dialog, user can select different printer, or
> can change printer settings. This may lead to the different paper size and
> So RichViewActions reformat document again before printing.
I see. But when printing is cancelled, also changing any settings is
cancelled, as far as I can tell. So the first call before the PrintDialog
shows up seems still redundant.
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