Date: Thu, 29 Dec 2011 18:21:29 -0500
Reply-To: "Kirby, Ted" <ted.kirby@LEWIN.COM>
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From: "Kirby, Ted" <ted.kirby@LEWIN.COM>
Subject: Printing Enhanced Editor Color-coding
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Is there a way to see the color coding when you print contents of a
program or log window to a color printer (e.g., a SAS(r) System Option
or an entry in the CONFIG file)? I seem to remember being able to do so
somehow in Version 8, but I cannot recall how I did it and I can't seem
to get Version 9.2 to do it (nor was I able to get 9.1.3 to do it).
When I simply print to a color printer, all the text is black on the
print out even though I see the colors in the editor window.
I know you can cut-and-paste the text into Microsoft(r) Word(r) and then
print that file to get the colors. However, that is a tedious process
especially since I have to fiddle with margins and text size to get it
to print correctly.
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