Printing from WEb based domino app

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We have a web app running on Domino 6.0.2CF1. As part of what it does we need to print varios info at client end. One way we do this is to create a form in lotusscript agent with html, send it back to client browser and call printwindow(). The other way is to create a word document using OLE in lotusscript agent, attach it to a form and user then goes to that form and in effect launches word to print the document. These both work well in low usage but one of them is slowing server when multiple users and prints are called. Is it obvious to someone which is the better method of the 2 to use or is there a better way to print data that needs a reasonable amount of formatting? Thanks

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Hi,

Can you not implement a style sheet for use with print media to control the printing of web documents. Create a style sheet that has the attribute media=”print” and create the format you want it to look like when the doc is printed.

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