Print an HTML file using "Run" utility

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msepulveda

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I am trying to print an HTML file using "Run" command line.
I believe I should use the switch 'p', I am not sure about the correct syntax. I am typing something like this:

iexplore -p c:\test2.html

Thanks in advance,
Miryam
 

Squashman

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Why cant you just right click on the file and select print. Cant say that I have ever heard of a -p switch for IE.
 

msepulveda

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Hi,
Thanks for answering.

The reason is that I am building a client application running on Windows 2000, (using OracleForms 6i), and I would like to add a button on the screen that would just print the file the user has selected.
The files to be printed are HTML files.

Ideally, I would pass to the the button the file name, and then a command would be executed.

Someone told me that if I'd use the following :

iexplore someflag filename

it would do the trick. Any suggestions?

Thanks
 
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