Flash Player 9 and later, Adobe AIR 1.0 and later

Flash runtimes (such as Adobe® Flash® Player and Adobe® AIR™) can communicate with an operating system’s printing interface so that you can pass pages to the print spooler. Each page sent to the spooler can contain content that is visible, dynamic, or off screen to the user, including database values and dynamic text. Additionally, the properties of the flash.printing.PrintJob class contain values based on a user’s printer settings, so that you can format pages appropriately.

The following content provides strategies for using the flash.printing.PrintJob class methods and properties to create a print job, read a user’s print settings, and adjust a print job based on feedback from a Flash runtime and the user’s operating system.

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