- Procedure PrintPage(page[, filename][, from\_pagenr][, to\_pagenr][, UseDefaultBitmapPrintSettings])¶
With the procedure
PrintPage you can print a single print page. If
the page contains a data object for which the available data does not
fit onto a single printed sheet, AIMMS will print as many sheets as
PrintPage( page, ! (input) scalar string expression [filename,] ! (optional) scalar string expression [from_pagenr,] ! (optional) integer [to_pagenr,] ! (optional) integer [UseDefaultBitmapPrintSettings] ! (optional) integer )
A string expression representing the name of the page that you want to print. This name is the unique name as it appears in the Page Manager tree.
- filename (optional)
If this file name is specified, then AIMMS will print to the specific file and not directly to the printer. If this argument is omitted, then AIMMS will print according to the settings of the currently selected printer.
- from_pagenr (optional)
If the objects on the page result in multiple printed sheets, then with this argument you can specify the first sheet to print. If omitted, then printing will start at the first sheet (from_pagenr = 1).
- to_pagenr (optional)
If the objects on the page result in multiple printed sheets, then with this argument you can specify the last sheet to print. If omitted, then printing continues until the last sheet.
- UseDefaultBitmapPrintSettings (optional)
When printing a non-print page, the page is printed by creating an exact bitmap copy of the page as it appears on the screen. By default (if the argument equals 0), a dialog will appear in which you can specify which scale should be applied such that it fits on one or more sheets. By settings this argument to 1, this dialog box will be skipped and the bitmap print will use the standard settings of the dialog box. If the page to print is designed as a print page, then this argument is ignored.
The procedure returns the actual number of pages printed if the print page is printed successfully. If the procedure fails to print the page it returns 0, and the pre-defined parameter
CurrentErrorMessagewill contain a proper error message.