I would like to know if we could use this formula CHARACTER() in the button to push Ctrl+P for printing page and if yes, how do i do it?
Hi @Korn_Tris !
I could be completely wrong here but I’d say no …
Character() will output a character (matching a Unicode character number), just a simple text value, nothing more …
Character(33) will output an exclamation point →
Whereas when hitting Ctrl/Cmd + P on your keyboard, you’re asking your browser to print the page you’re on .
(Well, at least, whatever web browser I ever used, Ctrl/Cmd + P was always the hotkey to print something )
Character() doesn’t have that kind of power, it can’t hit the keys on the keyboard for you (AFAIK) …
Maybe a Pack could get there though … or maybe our Dear Codans could add a
PrintPage() action formula
I cam to the same conclusion. Character(016) (Ctrl-P) just prints a blob. I think for Ctrl-P to work, it has to come directly from the keyboard, so that Chrome/browser can grab it before it gets to the document.
Using Character() is too late in the flow.