This isn't a PHP problem - its you browser. ie has an option in its print
dialog (option tab) to print framed sites out properly - don't know how the
other browsers manage it...
<[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
> i'm having a problem with printing the data from a html or php page...
> how can i solve this problem ?
> I mean when i'm using frames they appear or like a view with scrollbar or
there is an option to print them singulary.
> I want to print in a format that i want..like a report ...
> > From: "1LT John W. Holmes" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> > Date: 2002/10/23 Wed PM 02:20:35 GMT+03:00
> > To: Josť Moreira <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>,
> > "Php Windows" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>, "Php-Db"
> > Subject: Re: [PHP-DB] Print data
> > > hello, at my company we have several network printers and i was was
> > > wondering if it's possible to print directly to them using PHP,
> > > of showing on the screen or both ...
> > > to gain more control on what is printed, because of the nasty browsers
> > > header and footer ... whom i now how to remove ...
> > >
> > > i know that the printer IP is 18.104.22.168 and the port is 9005 ...
> > The printer functions in the manual only work in windows and only work
> > the printer attached directly to the server. Hmm..I wonder, though, if
> > have a network printer that's set up to print from the server, can you
> > the printer functions to print to that? I'm sure the answer is in the
> > manual. If not, maybe you can open a connection directly to the printer
> > send it the raw data, if you know the format.
> > ---John Holmes...
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