printing html file


i have a html file. i want to print it. i using jeditorpane for showing the html file. because html file is large enough that i cannot show it whole in jeditorpane. so i used the container jscrollpane. when i want to print the document showing in the jscrollpane it print only the current shwing document not the whole document. please help me to solve this.

Posted On: Thursday 18th of October 2012 10:24:19 PM Total Views:  544
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