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How to Cancel Printing job sent to Printer.

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To learn more about Printing Using API click on the folloing link

http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/en-us/gdi/prntspol_0r1j.asp

Click here to copy the following block
'Instead of just calling CancelPrinting directly, try using this routine:

Function CancelPrinting() As Integer
  '
  '  subroutine to cancel a document that has been sent
  '  to print manager.
  '  the AbortDoc API function is used to provide the
  '  cancel function.
  '  One problem with this API function is that it causes
  '  a run-time error the next time the Printer object is
  '  referenced. So, to get around this, a Printer.EndDoc
  '  statement is issued with an Error-Handler that ignores
  '  this error
  
  DimAs Integer
  On Error GoTo AP_PrintError

  i = AbortDoc(Printer.hDC) ' abort the print manager output for this job
  If i > 0 Then
    CancelPrinting = True
  Else
    CancelPrinting = False
  End If

  Printer.EndDoc 'issue a statement to get around the API problem

  Exit Function
AP_PrintError:
  Exit Function
End Function


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