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WinScreenRectangle (Example)
Printing the screen where the current window is displayed
The following code is used to print the screen where the current window is displayed.
IMG_DEST is an invisible Image control found in the current window
// Temporary name of the image
sTempName is string
sTempName = fTempFile()
// Dimensions of the screen that displays the current window
sInfoCurrentScreen is string
sInfoCurrentScreen = WinScreenRectangle("", screenWithoutTaskbar)
// Result: <X1> + TAB + <Y1> + TAB + <x2> + TAB + <Y2>.
// To print all the screens in multi-screen, you should use the functions:
// SysListScreen(), SysScreenRectangle()
nXScreen, nYScreen, nScreenWidth, nScreenHeight are int
nXScreen = ExtractString(sInfoCurrentScreen, firstRank)
nYScreen = ExtractString(sInfoCurrentScreen, nextRank)
nScreenWidth = Abs(Val(ExtractString(sInfoCurrentScreen, nextRank)) - nXScreen)
nScreenHeight = Abs(Val(ExtractString(sInfoCurrentScreen, nextRank)) - nYScreen)
// Modify the size of the Image control to adapt it to the size of the screen
IMG_DEST.Width = nScreenWidth
IMG_DEST.Height = nScreenHeight
// Copy the screen into the Image control
dCopyImage(copyScreen, IMG_DEST, copySrcCopy, ...
nXScreen, nYScreen, nScreenWidth, nScreenHeight, 0, 0, nScreenHeight, nScreenWidth)
// Save the image in a temporary file
dSaveImageJPEG(IMG_DEST, sTempName, 90)
// Clears the Image control (frees the memory)
// Open report viewer
// Print image
iPrintImage(sTempName, 0, 0, iPageWidth(), iPageHeight(), iHomotheticDisplay)
// Delete temporary file from image
Minimum version required
  • Version 17
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