Need help designing a procedure for a custom app that will print a
1" High by 3" Wide Label which prints 4 fields that will come from a SQL Server database
either via a [url removed, login to view] or manual coded using the [url removed, login to view] classes
3 of the 4 fields also need to have their corresponding Code 128 Barcode images printed on the label. We are using the
[url removed, login to view] barcode fonts. This label event will be triggered when a user clicks a button on a [url removed, login to view] page using Visual
Basic .net. The user does not need to preview the label before it's printed and should print to the clients default printer.
I'm not sure which method is best to use. [url removed, login to view] of the .net Printing classes. I'd like someone with more
experience than me to walk me through the best [url removed, login to view] someone in the Los Angeles area might be nice - who might be available for installations problems for a site visit if necessary but this is not required.
For more info on the Printing classes method please go to <[url removed, login to view]>
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