Unfortunately, since PHP lives on the server and JavaScript lives on the 
browser, there really is no way to get PHP to do what you want.

Stick with JavaScript.  There's really no reason not to when you're doing 
client-side programming.

At 11:14 AM 10/24/2001, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
><i>To print</i>: <a href="javascript:if (window.print != null) {
>window.print(); }
>  else { alert('Unfortunately, your browser does not support this shortcut.
>Please select Print from the File menu.'); }">
><b>Click here</b></a> <i>or</i> Select <b>File</b>
>and then <b>Print</b> from your browser's menu.
>Is there an equivelant bit of code to do this printer shortcut with php?
>Chip Wiegand
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