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Tip of the Day
Language: Java
Expertise: Intermediate
Dec 5, 2000

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Estimate Your Web Document's Printed Size


There are times when you'd like to know a little bit about how your Web page will print. For example, if you are dynamically generating reports, you can put a button on the page that calls window.print() to print the page. However, you might end up with a 500-page document if you're not careful! The following function will estimate how many pages a Web page will print on:
 
  var m_iPages;

  function window_onload() {
    //Dividing by 824.2 yields the approximate number of 
pages
    //in landscape mode.  For portrait, use 1019.4

    //alert(
Chirs McCann
 
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