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#1: Is there a way to copy scripts from the dialog box to post here or move elsewhere??

#2: I am using customer dialog box for a report, if I go to find mode before custom dialog srcript... does it then automaticly find those records???

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#1: Print the script to Generic TXT printer and save as file.

#2: Did you put "perform find" in script?

HTH

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Hi Jonathan and Anatoli,

I'm not sure what a Generic TXT printer is, but on a Mac there is a printer driver called Print2Pict that you can download at:

http://www.fmfiles.com/dev12.html

that is an absolute must have when developing in FileMaker.

HTH

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I thought so, ignorance is bliss

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Ok.. I've set up generic printer but when I open the file I only get the first 3 lines of a 12 line script???? any thoughts

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Running OS X this may not apply to you in general

What i do is print my scripts to pdf and then and then select the text with the text selection tool in acrobat reader and do a copy and paste but if what you really mean is how do you get a script from one database to another then you just import them in scriptmaker

Hope this is of some help

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same as digitalchaos....print to file on Windows does not work (FMpro6) but printing to PDF worked....

all the best!

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