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Mark Pierce        
3 years ago
I am working with the document library and really like the tool. Is it possible to have a button to automatically print off all files in the document library? Or a check box per file to select the files you want to print?

all of my files are PDF so nothing has to be adjusted once the print command it started.

I reviewed the print any document code in the code vault but cant figure out how to make it print all the docs at once.
Alex Hedley              
3 years ago
For loop with a recordset?
Mark Pierce        
3 years ago
I am stuck, since there is multiple files with different names how to I address that? The printfile commend requires the hard code of the file path and name.
Alex Hedley              
3 years ago
Have you managed to print one yet?
Alex Hedley              
3 years ago
Mark Pierce        
3 years ago
I had watched that print documents help video, but the documents are all different for each of the entities in the ABCD system. The printfile command in the code vault does not work for multiple docs.

any idea how to make a loop, and set the documents as a variable? I think that is the way to do it but I don't understand code well enough to create it.
Alex Hedley              
3 years ago
Have you done anything with Recordsets yet?
Mark Pierce        
3 years ago
I have Developer 30-34, that's what I was looking at to solve this. Am I looking in the right place? Does that have record sets?
Richard Rost            
3 years ago
Access Developer 16 covers the basics. That's the first Recordset lesson.

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