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Print bitmap files from Visual Basic.
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Print bitmap files from Visual Basic.
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WPRINT (Version 1.0)

Philip B. Eskelin, Jr. April 28, 1992 (Utilities)

WPRINT: A Windows 3.1-specific utility, lets you print a text or bitmap
file in just one easy step. Simply click on the file you wish to print,
drag it to the WPRINT icon, release the mouse button and WPRINT prints
your file.

You can execute WPRINT by choosing Run from Program Manager's File Menu
and entering on the command line


where d: is the drive and path specifies the directory in which WPRINT
is located. However, the best way to use WPRINT is to copy it to your
Windows directory and add it to a program group by choosing New from
the File menu in the Program Manager. Once it's installed, you simply
double-click on the WPRINT icon and it will appear minimized at the
bottom of your desktop.

To use WPRINT, simply click on any text or bitmap file from within
File Manager and drag the file to the WPRINT icon. When the cursor
changes to what looks like an earmarked piece of paper with cross hairs
in the middle, release the mouse button. WPRINT will print your file.

WPRINT becomes even more of a timesaver when you print multiple
files. From within File Manager, choose File/ Select Files and, for
example, select all .TXT files. Then close the dialog box, click on one
of the selected files, and drag it to WPRINT. Your files will be printed
and you can continue to work on other tasks.

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