Fill a combobox with current defined printers

Add this code to an empty form with a combobox or list box on it:
private Sub Form_Load()
    Combo1.Clear
    m_GetPrinters Combo1
    Combo1.ListIndex = 0

End Sub

'-----------------------------------------------------------------
' looking for all printers and filling objListOrCombo
'-----------------------------------------------------------------
public Sub m_GetPrinters(byref objListOrCombo as Object)
    Dim objPrinter          as Printer
    Dim intNbOfPrinters     as Integer

    intNbOfPrinters = Printers.Count - 1
    for Each objPrinter In Printers
        objListOrCombo.AddItem objPrinter.DeviceName
    next
End Sub


Comments

  • Thanks

    Posted by Legacy on 03/04/2003 12:00am

    Originally posted by: Tim Ryan

    great code
    thank you

    Reply
  • filling combo box with printers

    Posted by Legacy on 01/12/2002 12:00am

    Originally posted by: Baksh

    i was actually amazed with the code because . i came to this site through a search engine.i was actually thinks i would take me at least 1/2 hr job to find this source , but i got it in one single click

    Reply
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