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Comment faire pour capturer et imprimer l'écran, un formulaire ou n'importe quelle fenêtre

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Résumé
Cet article explique comment faire pour capturer tout formulaire ou toute fenêtre y compris l'écran dans un objet Visual Basic Picture. Une fois que l'image plein écran est capturée dans l'objet Picture, elle peut être imprimée en toute simplicité à l'aide de la méthode PaintPicture de l'objet Visual Basic Printer.
Plus d'informations
L'exemple présenté fournit plusieurs routines utiles pour capturer des images. Toutes les routines ont été écrites pour fonctionner sous les plates-formes Windows 16 et 32 bits et elles contiennent le support de palette complet. Les routines de l'exemple peuvent :
  • Capturer tout le contenu d'un formulaire.
  • Capturer la zone cliente d'un formulaire.
  • Capturer tout l'écran.
  • Capturer la fenêtre active sur l'écran.
  • Capturer n'importe quelle partie de toute fenêtre en lui fournissant un handle.
  • Créer un objet Picture à partir d'une image bitmap et d'une palette.
  • Imprimer un objet Picture aussi grand que possible sur la page.
Visual Basic 4.0 a introduit un nouvel objet Picture. L'objet Picture est en fait un type OLE standard et il est documenté dans le Kit de contrôle du développeur (CDK.)

Le CDK fournit la fonction OleCreatePictureIndirect que vous pouvez utiliser pour créer de nouveaux objets Picture à partir de Visual Basic 4.0. La routine CreateBitmapPicture de l'exemple appelle OleCreatePictureIndirect pour créer un objet Picture à partir d'un handle vers une image bitmap et à partir d'un handle vers une palette. Si l'objet Picture comprend une palette valide, Visual Basic saura l'utiliser lors de son rendu sur l'écran ou l'imprimante. La routine CreateBitmapPicture est utilisée par la routine CaptureWindow pour créer des objets Picture qui contiennent une image bitmap d'une partie ou de l'ensemble d'une fenêtre.

La routine CaptureWindow de l'exemple capture n'importe quelle partie d'une fenêtre à qui un handle de fenêtre a été fourni. La routine comprend plusieurs paramètres qui décrivent la partie exacte de la fenêtre à capturer. La fenêtre de capture fonctionne en copiant l'image sur l'écran d'une fenêtre vers une nouvelle image bitmap. Elle vérifie également que l'écran dispose d'une palette et dans ce cas, elle en fait une copie. CaptureWindow appelle ensuite CreateBitmapPicture pour créer une image bitmap à partir de l'image bitmap et de la palette qui viennent d'être créées.

Les routines CaptureForm, CaptureClient, CaptureScreen et CaptureActiveWindow fournies dans l'exemple utilisent toutes CaptureWindow pour capturer des fenêtres spécifiques. CaptureForm et CaptureClient appellent toutes les deux la fenêtre de capture et lui passe la propriété hWnd d'un objet Form. CaptureScreen obtient simplement le handle de la fenêtre du bureau et appelle CaptureWindow. De la même façon, CaptureActiveWindow obtient simplement le handle de fenêtre de la fenêtre active et appelle CaptureWindow.

Une fois que l'image souhaitée est capturée dans un objet Picture, il est facile d'imprimer dans Visual Basic 4.0 à l'aide de la méthode PaintPicture de l'objet Printer. L'exemple fournit la routine PrintPictureToFitPage qui utilise PaintPictureMethod pour imprimer les images capturées aussi grandes que possible dans la zone imprimable de la page.

Exemple

  1. Démarrez un nouveau projet. Form1 est créé par défaut.
  2. Placez six CommandButtons dans le formulaire sur le côté gauche.
  3. Placez une zone d'image dans le formulaire à droite des boutons.
  4. Tapez le code suivant dans Form1 :
          '--------------------------------------------------------------------      ' Capture the entire screen.      Private Sub Command1_Click()         Set Picture1.Picture = CaptureScreen()      End Sub      ' Capture the entire form including title and border.      Private Sub Command2_Click()         Set Picture1.Picture = CaptureForm(Me)      End Sub      ' Capture the client area of the form.      Private Sub Command3_Click()         Set Picture1.Picture = CaptureClient(Me)      End Sub      ' Capture the active window after two seconds.      Private Sub Command4_Click()         MsgBox "Two seconds after you close this dialog " & _            "the active window will be captured."         ' Wait for two seconds.         Dim EndTime As Date         EndTime = DateAdd("s", 2, Now)         Do Until Now > EndTime            DoEvents         Loop         Set Picture1.Picture = CaptureActiveWindow()         ' Set focus back to form.         Me.SetFocus      End Sub      ' Print the current contents of the picture box.      Private Sub Command5_Click()         PrintPictureToFitPage Printer, Picture1.Picture         Printer.EndDoc      End Sub      ' Clear out the picture box.      Private Sub Command6_Click()         Set Picture1.Picture = Nothing      End Sub      ' Initialize the form and controls.      Private Sub Form_Load()         Me.Caption = "Capture and Print Example"         Command1.Caption = "&Screen"         Command2.Caption = "&Form"         Command3.Caption = "&Client"         Command4.Caption = "&Active"         Command5.Caption = "&Print"         Command6.Caption = "C&lear"         Picture1.AutoSize = True      End Sub      '--------------------------------------------------------------------					
  5. Ajoutez un nouveau module standard au projet (module1 par défaut).
  6. Tapez le code suivant dans le nouveau module :
          '--------------------------------------------------------------------      '''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''      '      ' Visual Basic 4.0 16/32 Capture Routines      '      ' This module contains several routines for capturing windows into a      ' picture.  All the routines work on both 16 and 32 bit Windows      ' platforms.      ' The routines also have palette support.      '      ' CreateBitmapPicture - Creates a picture object from a bitmap and      ' palette.      ' CaptureWindow - Captures any window given a window handle.      ' CaptureActiveWindow - Captures the active window on the desktop.      ' CaptureForm - Captures the entire form.      ' CaptureClient - Captures the client area of a form.      ' CaptureScreen - Captures the entire screen.      ' PrintPictureToFitPage - prints any picture as big as possible on      ' the page.      '      ' NOTES      '    - No error trapping is included in these routines.      '''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''      '      Option Explicit      Option Base 0      Private Type PALETTEENTRY         peRed As Byte         peGreen As Byte         peBlue As Byte         peFlags As Byte      End Type      Private Type LOGPALETTE         palVersion As Integer         palNumEntries As Integer         palPalEntry(255) As PALETTEENTRY  ' Enough for 256 colors.      End Type      Private Type GUID         Data1 As Long         Data2 As Integer         Data3 As Integer         Data4(7) As Byte      End Type      #If Win32 Then         Private Const RASTERCAPS As Long = 38         Private Const RC_PALETTE As Long = &H100         Private Const SIZEPALETTE As Long = 104         Private Type RECT            Left As Long            Top As Long            Right As Long            Bottom As Long         End Type         Private Declare Function CreateCompatibleDC Lib "GDI32" ( _            ByVal hDC As Long) As Long         Private Declare Function CreateCompatibleBitmap Lib "GDI32" ( _            ByVal hDC As Long, ByVal nWidth As Long, _            ByVal nHeight As Long) As Long         Private Declare Function GetDeviceCaps Lib "GDI32" ( _            ByVal hDC As Long, ByVal iCapabilitiy As Long) As Long         Private Declare Function GetSystemPaletteEntries Lib "GDI32" ( _            ByVal hDC As Long, ByVal wStartIndex As Long, _            ByVal wNumEntries As Long, lpPaletteEntries As PALETTEENTRY) _            As Long         Private Declare Function CreatePalette Lib "GDI32" ( _            lpLogPalette As LOGPALETTE) As Long         Private Declare Function SelectObject Lib "GDI32" ( _            ByVal hDC As Long, ByVal hObject As Long) As Long         Private Declare Function BitBlt Lib "GDI32" ( _            ByVal hDCDest As Long, ByVal XDest As Long, _            ByVal YDest As Long, ByVal nWidth As Long, _            ByVal nHeight As Long, ByVal hDCSrc As Long, _            ByVal XSrc As Long, ByVal YSrc As Long, ByVal dwRop As Long) _            As Long         Private Declare Function DeleteDC Lib "GDI32" ( _            ByVal hDC As Long) As Long         Private Declare Function GetForegroundWindow Lib "USER32" () _            As Long         Private Declare Function SelectPalette Lib "GDI32" ( _            ByVal hDC As Long, ByVal hPalette As Long, _            ByVal bForceBackground As Long) As Long         Private Declare Function RealizePalette Lib "GDI32" ( _            ByVal hDC As Long) As Long         Private Declare Function GetWindowDC Lib "USER32" ( _            ByVal hWnd As Long) As Long         Private Declare Function GetDC Lib "USER32" ( _            ByVal hWnd As Long) As Long         Private Declare Function GetWindowRect Lib "USER32" ( _            ByVal hWnd As Long, lpRect As RECT) As Long         Private Declare Function ReleaseDC Lib "USER32" ( _            ByVal hWnd As Long, ByVal hDC As Long) As Long         Private Declare Function GetDesktopWindow Lib "USER32" () As Long         Private Type PicBmp            Size As Long            Type As Long            hBmp As Long            hPal As Long            Reserved As Long         End Type         Private Declare Function OleCreatePictureIndirect _            Lib "olepro32.dll" ( PicDesc As PicBmp, RefIID As GUID, _            ByVal fPictureOwnsHandle As Long, IPic As IPicture) As Long      #ElseIf Win16 Then         Private Const RASTERCAPS As Integer = 38         Private Const RC_PALETTE As Integer = &H100         Private Const SIZEPALETTE As Integer = 104         Private Type RECT            Left As Integer            Top As Integer            Right As Integer            Bottom As Integer         End Type         Private Declare Function CreateCompatibleDC Lib "GDI" ( _            ByVal hDC As Integer) As Integer         Private Declare Function CreateCompatibleBitmap Lib "GDI" ( _            ByVal hDC As Integer, ByVal nWidth As Integer, _            ByVal nHeight As Integer) As Integer         Private Declare Function GetDeviceCaps Lib "GDI" ( _            ByVal hDC As Integer, ByVal iCapabilitiy As Integer) As Integer         Private Declare Function GetSystemPaletteEntries Lib "GDI" ( _            ByVal hDC As Integer, ByVal wStartIndex As Integer, _            ByVal wNumEntries As Integer, _            lpPaletteEntries As PALETTEENTRY) As Integer         Private Declare Function CreatePalette Lib "GDI" ( _            lpLogPalette As LOGPALETTE) As Integer         Private Declare Function SelectObject Lib "GDI" ( _            ByVal hDC As Integer, ByVal hObject As Integer) As Integer         Private Declare Function BitBlt Lib "GDI" ( _            ByVal hDCDest As Integer, ByVal XDest As Integer, _            ByVal YDest As Integer, ByVal nWidth As Integer, _            ByVal nHeight As Integer, ByVal hDCSrc As Integer, _            ByVal XSrc As Integer, ByVal YSrc As Integer, _            ByVal dwRop As Long) As Integer         Private Declare Function DeleteDC Lib "GDI" ( _            ByVal hDC As Integer) As Integer         Private Declare Function GetForegroundWindow Lib "USER" _            Alias "GetActiveWindow" () As Integer         Private Declare Function SelectPalette Lib "USER" ( _            ByVal hDC As Integer, ByVal hPalette As Integer, ByVal _            bForceBackground As Integer) As Integer         Private Declare Function RealizePalette Lib "USER" ( _            ByVal hDC As Integer) As Integer         Private Declare Function GetWindowDC Lib "USER" ( _            ByVal hWnd As Integer) As Integer         Private Declare Function GetDC Lib "USER" ( _            ByVal hWnd As Integer) As Integer         Private Declare Function GetWindowRect Lib "USER" ( _            ByVal hWnd As Integer, lpRect As RECT) As Integer         Private Declare Function ReleaseDC Lib "USER" ( _            ByVal hWnd As Integer, ByVal hDC As Integer) As Integer         Private Declare Function GetDesktopWindow Lib "USER" () As Integer         Private Type PicBmp            Size As Integer            Type As Integer            hBmp As Integer            hPal As Integer            Reserved As Integer         End Type         Private Declare Function OleCreatePictureIndirect _            Lib "oc25.dll" ( PictDesc As PicBmp, RefIID As GUID, _            ByVal fPictureOwnsHandle As Integer, IPic As IPicture) _            As Integer      #End If      '''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''      '      ' CreateBitmapPicture      '    - Creates a bitmap type Picture object from a bitmap and      '      palette.      '      ' hBmp      '    - Handle to a bitmap.      '      ' hPal      '    - Handle to a Palette.      '    - Can be null if the bitmap doesn't use a palette.      '      ' Returns      '    - Returns a Picture object containing the bitmap.      '''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''      '      #If Win32 Then         Public Function CreateBitmapPicture(ByVal hBmp As Long, _            ByVal hPal As Long) As Picture            Dim r As Long      #ElseIf Win16 Then         Public Function CreateBitmapPicture(ByVal hBmp As Integer, _            ByVal hPal As Integer) As Picture            Dim r As Integer      #End If         Dim Pic As PicBmp         ' IPicture requires a reference to "Standard OLE Types."         Dim IPic As IPicture         Dim IID_IDispatch As GUID         ' Fill in with IDispatch Interface ID.         With IID_IDispatch            .Data1 = &H20400            .Data4(0) = &HC0            .Data4(7) = &H46         End With         ' Fill Pic with necessary parts.         With Pic            .Size = Len(Pic)          ' Length of structure.            .Type = vbPicTypeBitmap   ' Type of Picture (bitmap).            .hBmp = hBmp              ' Handle to bitmap.            .hPal = hPal              ' Handle to palette (may be null).         End With         ' Create Picture object.         r = OleCreatePictureIndirect(Pic, IID_IDispatch, 1, IPic)         ' Return the new Picture object.         Set CreateBitmapPicture = IPic      End Function      '''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''      '      ' CaptureWindow      '    - Captures any portion of a window.      '      ' hWndSrc      '    - Handle to the window to be captured.      '      ' Client      '    - If True CaptureWindow captures from the client area of the      '      window.      '    - If False CaptureWindow captures from the entire window.      '      ' LeftSrc, TopSrc, WidthSrc, HeightSrc      '    - Specify the portion of the window to capture.      '    - Dimensions need to be specified in pixels.      '      ' Returns      '    - Returns a Picture object containing a bitmap of the specified      '      portion of the window that was captured.      '''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''      ''''''      '      #If Win32 Then         Public Function CaptureWindow(ByVal hWndSrc As Long, _            ByVal Client As Boolean, ByVal LeftSrc As Long, _            ByVal TopSrc As Long, ByVal WidthSrc As Long, _            ByVal HeightSrc As Long) As Picture            Dim hDCMemory As Long            Dim hBmp As Long            Dim hBmpPrev As Long            Dim r As Long            Dim hDCSrc As Long            Dim hPal As Long            Dim hPalPrev As Long            Dim RasterCapsScrn As Long            Dim HasPaletteScrn As Long            Dim PaletteSizeScrn As Long      #ElseIf Win16 Then         Public Function CaptureWindow(ByVal hWndSrc As Integer, _            ByVal Client As Boolean, ByVal LeftSrc As Integer, _            ByVal TopSrc As Integer, ByVal WidthSrc As Long, _            ByVal HeightSrc As Long) As Picture            Dim hDCMemory As Integer            Dim hBmp As Integer            Dim hBmpPrev As Integer            Dim r As Integer            Dim hDCSrc As Integer            Dim hPal As Integer            Dim hPalPrev As Integer            Dim RasterCapsScrn As Integer            Dim HasPaletteScrn As Integer            Dim PaletteSizeScrn As Integer      #End If         Dim LogPal As LOGPALETTE         ' Depending on the value of Client get the proper device context.         If Client Then            hDCSrc = GetDC(hWndSrc) ' Get device context for client area.         Else            hDCSrc = GetWindowDC(hWndSrc) ' Get device context for entire                                          ' window.         End If         ' Create a memory device context for the copy process.         hDCMemory = CreateCompatibleDC(hDCSrc)         ' Create a bitmap and place it in the memory DC.         hBmp = CreateCompatibleBitmap(hDCSrc, WidthSrc, HeightSrc)         hBmpPrev = SelectObject(hDCMemory, hBmp)         ' Get screen properties.         RasterCapsScrn = GetDeviceCaps(hDCSrc, RASTERCAPS) ' Raster                                                            ' capabilities.         HasPaletteScrn = RasterCapsScrn And RC_PALETTE       ' Palette                                                              ' support.         PaletteSizeScrn = GetDeviceCaps(hDCSrc, SIZEPALETTE) ' Size of                                                              ' palette.         ' If the screen has a palette make a copy and realize it.         If HasPaletteScrn And (PaletteSizeScrn = 256) Then            ' Create a copy of the system palette.            LogPal.palVersion = &H300            LogPal.palNumEntries = 256            r = GetSystemPaletteEntries(hDCSrc, 0, 256, _                LogPal.palPalEntry(0))            hPal = CreatePalette(LogPal)            ' Select the new palette into the memory DC and realize it.            hPalPrev = SelectPalette(hDCMemory, hPal, 0)            r = RealizePalette(hDCMemory)         End If         ' Copy the on-screen image into the memory DC.         r = BitBlt(hDCMemory, 0, 0, WidthSrc, HeightSrc, hDCSrc, _            LeftSrc, TopSrc, vbSrcCopy)      ' Remove the new copy of the  on-screen image.         hBmp = SelectObject(hDCMemory, hBmpPrev)         ' If the screen has a palette get back the palette that was         ' selected in previously.         If HasPaletteScrn And (PaletteSizeScrn = 256) Then            hPal = SelectPalette(hDCMemory, hPalPrev, 0)         End If         ' Release the device context resources back to the system.         r = DeleteDC(hDCMemory)         r = ReleaseDC(hWndSrc, hDCSrc)         ' Call CreateBitmapPicture to create a picture object from the         ' bitmap and palette handles. Then return the resulting picture         ' object.         Set CaptureWindow = CreateBitmapPicture(hBmp, hPal)      End Function      '''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''      '      ' CaptureScreen      '    - Captures the entire screen.      '      ' Returns      '    - Returns a Picture object containing a bitmap of the screen.      '''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''      '      Public Function CaptureScreen() As Picture         #If Win32 Then            Dim hWndScreen As Long         #ElseIf Win16 Then            Dim hWndScreen As Integer         #End If         ' Get a handle to the desktop window.         hWndScreen = GetDesktopWindow()         ' Call CaptureWindow to capture the entire desktop give the handle         ' and return the resulting Picture object.         Set CaptureScreen = CaptureWindow(hWndScreen, False, 0, 0, _            Screen.Width \ Screen.TwipsPerPixelX, _            Screen.Height \ Screen.TwipsPerPixelY)      End Function      '''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''      '      ' CaptureForm      '    - Captures an entire form including title bar and border.      '      ' frmSrc      '    - The Form object to capture.      '      ' Returns      '    - Returns a Picture object containing a bitmap of the entire      '      form.      '''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''      '      Public Function CaptureForm(frmSrc As Form) As Picture         ' Call CaptureWindow to capture the entire form given its window         ' handle and then return the resulting Picture object.         Set CaptureForm = CaptureWindow(frmSrc.hWnd, False, 0, 0, _            frmSrc.ScaleX(frmSrc.Width, vbTwips, vbPixels), _            frmSrc.ScaleY(frmSrc.Height, vbTwips, vbPixels))      End Function      '''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''      '      ' CaptureClient      '    - Captures the client area of a form.      '      ' frmSrc      '    - The Form object to capture.      '      ' Returns      '    - Returns a Picture object containing a bitmap of the form's      '      client area.      '''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''      '      Public Function CaptureClient(frmSrc As Form) As Picture         ' Call CaptureWindow to capture the client area of the form given         ' its window handle and return the resulting Picture object.         Set CaptureClient = CaptureWindow(frmSrc.hWnd, True, 0, 0, _            frmSrc.ScaleX(frmSrc.ScaleWidth, frmSrc.ScaleMode, vbPixels), _            frmSrc.ScaleY(frmSrc.ScaleHeight, frmSrc.ScaleMode, vbPixels))      End Function      '''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''      '      ' CaptureActiveWindow      '    - Captures the currently active window on the screen.      '      ' Returns      '    - Returns a Picture object containing a bitmap of the active      '      window.      '''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''      '      Public Function CaptureActiveWindow() As Picture         #If Win32 Then            Dim hWndActive As Long            Dim r As Long         #ElseIf Win16 Then            Dim hWndActive As Integer            Dim r As Integer         #End If         Dim RectActive As RECT         ' Get a handle to the active/foreground window.         hWndActive = GetForegroundWindow()         ' Get the dimensions of the window.         r = GetWindowRect(hWndActive, RectActive)         ' Call CaptureWindow to capture the active window given its         ' handle and return the Resulting Picture object.      Set CaptureActiveWindow = CaptureWindow(hWndActive, False, 0, 0, _            RectActive.Right - RectActive.Left, _            RectActive.Bottom - RectActive.Top)      End Function      '''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''      '      ' PrintPictureToFitPage      '    - Prints a Picture object as big as possible.      '      ' Prn      '    - Destination Printer object.      '      ' Pic      '    - Source Picture object.      '''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''      '      Public Sub PrintPictureToFitPage(Prn As Printer, Pic As Picture)         Const vbHiMetric As Integer = 8         Dim PicRatio As Double         Dim PrnWidth As Double         Dim PrnHeight As Double         Dim PrnRatio As Double         Dim PrnPicWidth As Double         Dim PrnPicHeight As Double         ' Determine if picture should be printed in landscape or portrait         ' and set the orientation.         If Pic.Height >= Pic.Width Then            Prn.Orientation = vbPRORPortrait   ' Taller than wide.         Else            Prn.Orientation = vbPRORLandscape  ' Wider than tall.         End If         ' Calculate device independent Width-to-Height ratio for picture.         PicRatio = Pic.Width / Pic.Height         ' Calculate the dimentions of the printable area in HiMetric.         PrnWidth = Prn.ScaleX(Prn.ScaleWidth, Prn.ScaleMode, vbHiMetric)         PrnHeight = Prn.ScaleY(Prn.ScaleHeight, Prn.ScaleMode, vbHiMetric)         ' Calculate device independent Width to Height ratio for printer.         PrnRatio = PrnWidth / PrnHeight         ' Scale the output to the printable area.         If PicRatio >= PrnRatio Then            ' Scale picture to fit full width of printable area.            PrnPicWidth = Prn.ScaleX(PrnWidth, vbHiMetric, Prn.ScaleMode)            PrnPicHeight = Prn.ScaleY(PrnWidth / PicRatio, vbHiMetric, _               Prn.ScaleMode)         Else            ' Scale picture to fit full height of printable area.            PrnPicHeight = Prn.ScaleY(PrnHeight, vbHiMetric, Prn.ScaleMode)            PrnPicWidth = Prn.ScaleX(PrnHeight * PicRatio, vbHiMetric, _               Prn.ScaleMode)         End If         ' Print the picture using the PaintPicture method.         Prn.PaintPicture Pic, 0, 0, PrnPicWidth, PrnPicHeight      End Sub      '--------------------------------------------------------------------					
  7. Enregistrez le projet.
  8. Avant d'exécuter ce projet, vérifiez dans Références de projet qu'une Référence à OLE Automation existe (StdOle2.tlb).
  9. Exécutez le projet et testez-le. Vous devez pouvoir capturer le formulaire, la zone cliente du formulaire, l'écran et la fenêtre active. Vous pourrez également tous les imprimer.
REMARQUE : une fois que vous avez capturé l'image que vous souhaitez dans un objet Picture, vous pouvez facilement la placer dans le presse-papiers à l'aide de la méthode SetData de l'objet Clipboard.
Références
Pour plus d'informations, cliquez sur les numéros ci-dessous pour afficher les articles correspondants dans la Base de connaissances Microsoft.
230502 Comment faire pour imprimer un formulaire qui est trop grand pour l'écran ou la page
178076 Comment faire pour utiliser une méthode PictureBox pour contrôler l'orientation d'impression d'un formulaire
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146022 Comment faire pour installer le contrôle RichTextBox pour l'impression WYSIWYG
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