We have tried to use FlexPrintJob in the past with or without printAsBitmap set. But we found the final print usually has odd artefacts included just as you are seeing. Unless you have a fairly simple document and you know it will never be more than one page long, I would suggest these alternatives.
** And of course this is the great beauty of Flex - it's fle-e-ex-ible! Option 1 : Wrap up your document in the simplest DataGrid you can devise and then use PrintDataGrid. This works well but you may need to paginate manually and put the pages in different rows otherwise single lines of text can get split through the middle. Option 2 (which is my current preference) : When user clicks Print, send the doc to a pdf creator on the server and return the url of the saved pdf. On receipt of url, spawn Adobe Reader so that the user can print with the superb print interface in Adobe Reader. At first sight this appears a 'clunky' solution, but users quickly appreciate the sheer power of the Adobe Printer and the output is always perfect no matter what you throw at it. Hope this helps, Doug -- View this message in context: http://apache-flex-users.2333346.n4.nabble.com/FlexPrintJobScaleType-doesn-t-work-for-me-tp15482p15722.html Sent from the Apache Flex Users mailing list archive at Nabble.com.