HTML from a String
This sounds like it should be simple but...
On the client side in script I have a string containing HTML.
This is not the HTML of the page that's displayed to the user,
it's a whole different html document.
I want to instantiate some object i.e the HTMLDocument, HTMLWindow2
etc, and assign it this string, so that I can then have it print
the HTML, as it would appear in a browser.
Basically, I'm trying to print documents from the client side, without
the user needing to physically load the document onto the screen.
I'm not haveing any luck with the Microsoft HTML Objects.
I'll consider any Client side language, or other object models.
Re: HTML from a String
I too am sure there must be a better way but what we do is open IE with a
blank page and then document.write the string over it. You can then call
the print method.
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