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Printing the whole book


 
Boris Clair I want the user to see the table of content immediately after the index page. That part works. But when the user is in the TOC he selects which page he wants to read. In other word there is no "Next Page" defined. It seems that if there is a next page the system will continue to print the following chapters, so logically the whole book. But with the TOC that does not work. Is there a way I can do that? Or could there be an option in the print menu to print one chapter or the whole book?
Thanks for an answer.

Posted on: 7:03 pm on August 15, 2001
EBookCompiler I agree it would be a nice function

Unfortunately it's not very easy for us to add a print entire book function.  Microsoft only gives us a print-this-file API for HTML files. and this displays a dialog box.  We could loop round doing this for each file, but then you'd have the print dialog popup once per HTML file.

There may be something we can do in future, e.g. using a "secret" undocumented Microsoft function, but I'm not certain


Posted on: 12:04 pm on August 16, 2001
Boris Clair Thanks for trying the MS secret when you have a moment :-)

Boris


Posted on: 4:21 pm on August 16, 2001

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