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Mike L. Griebel on October 19, 2000 at 05:18:49:

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I did submit a similar question recently:

"How do I print TWO OR MORE DIFFERENT PAGES generated using document.write()?"

The problem: The browser will print the last one generated, or sometimes the generating page. I believe I have found a solution in the meantime. Instead of e.g.

> x[pagenum] = open();

I put

> x[pagenum] = open("text/html","replace");

The browsers behave differently. MSIE will open each "page" in different windows. Netscape opens all the pages in the same window (and gives an error message: file "text/html" cannot be found, or something -- which can be ignored).

This works for me. But I would like to get rid of the error message.

Mike L. Griebel

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