printing file/image on default Printer
steve at holdenweb.com
Wed Oct 6 02:10:44 CEST 2004
> I search how "I" can printing file/image with a script but the user (who
> use my script) must DO NOTHING (other that dealing with my GUI). e.g. :
> with AdobeAcrobat, the user must click "ok" in the "pre"printing windows.
> My solutions, but NOT ok :
> - Build a .pdf (with reportLab) and print with Adode
> - Build a image file and print it with "DisplayImage.py" but don't work
> (error raised)
> (note : the OS, for my problem, is just Windows)
> Someone have a other idea/solution?
Take as look at wxPython, which has a brilliant demo. One of the demo
programs shows you how you can drive a printer from Python using the
standard Windows print dialog (which is what I presume you are seeking).
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