> thanks to the help regarding my pdf printing question last month. i
> now know i can't do it...
> i still have a job, tho, so ...
> i have thought for a long time (hence the delayed response) over this
> what i have is a scrollable table of ten products (in the same
> scrolled window) each product has a picture, a code and some prices
> in a tabbed list (so it's not just text, you see) - under each
> product section there needs to be a button, that, when clicked,
> activates the print window and prints a sheet of A4 out with only the
> relevant product info and a company logo at the top.
> ok. i'll have to create 10 different doents in dreamweaver, drop
> the info and logo on and name them differently: "product_01.html"
> "product_02.html" etc. - that's fine - i can do that.
> SO, the 'main' doent (with the list on) is open in the browser -
> the client wants the customer to press a 'print info' button under
> the first product info and "product_01.html" prints out of printer
> WITHOUT THE CLIENT OPENING OR SEEING THIS DOENT - that's the
> important thing and one that's got me stuck (the default browser's
> 'print window box' can come up on screen - that is not a problem).
> i am not good at HTML (so please forgive the incorrectness of the
> codes etc but hopefully someone could tidy it up or say i'm on the
> right lines: (or not)
> this is route one: each button on 'main ' doent has code.
> something like:
> Onclick=print.doc ("product_01.html") it targets the doent and
> prints it. Voila!
> now that code seems simple but i don't think its possible. so what
: (route two);
> button on 'main' doent does open the doent "product_01.html"
> but BEHIND main doent (unseen), prints it and closes it. viewer
> so the code may look a BIT like: (no laughing, OK?)
> main doent has a button under first product with the code:
> Onclick= Openbrowserwindow ("product_01.html")
> the doent "product_01.html" has some code that reads:
> it's a bit long winded this message but i wanted to be a bit
> specific. if you are still reading this i hope you are the one with
> the answer!
> many thanks
> Le Grand jojo
> "GOD CREATED THE UNIVERSE - BUT DIED IN THE EXPLOSION"