Member variable XbpPrintDialog():printToFile Foundation
Indicates if output is re-directed to a file.
When the instance variable :enablePrintToFile is set to to .T. (true), the value of :printToFile is taken as the initial value for the checkbox in the dialog window that allows the user to request re-directing printer output to a file.
When the dialog window is closed, :printToFile contains .T. (true) only if the user opted for printing to a file and the printer driver is not capable of re-directing print output. It is then the application's responsibility to handle the user's request. This could be implemented using a XbpMetaFile object, for example. However, most printer drivers are able to re-direct print output and the value of :printToFile is usually .F. (false). In this case, the user is automatically prompted for a file name when the print job is started by calling the :startDoc() method of the XbpPrinter object returned from :display().
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