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Hi Peter, Thanks much. This is originally what we had, but, alas, it does
not work in IE4.x (our customer is more worried about supporting IE4.x than
Netscape). Any other suggestions are appreciated. (Why oh why can't the
browsers play nice?)
> I tried this in IE5.5 and the onclick event
> certainly work. However, there is no
> "cmdPrint_onclick()". The syntax for
> your button looks more like you're
> trying to call a JScript or VBScript
> Try the following which opens the print dialog:
> <input type="button"
> value="Print This Page"
> Happy scripting,
> Pete (pkleczka -at- yahoo -dot- com)
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