Drucker per VBA setzen

26/12/2012 - 10:26 von Ahmed Martens | Report spam
Hallo Leute,

in Excel lauten die Drucker ja z. B. Drucker1 auf Ne01: usw.

Ich möchte jetzt aber nur anhand des Namens (Drucker1) den ActivePrinter
setzen. Dazu müsste ich aber die gesamte Druckerauflistung durchgehen.

Kennt jemand eine funktionierende Anweisung, in der ich alle Drucker
durchlaufe mit der korrekten Exceldruckersyntax?

Ich suche also so etwas wie for each Printer in Printers!

Vielen Dank im voraus.

Gruß Ahmed

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#1 Ahmed Martens
26/12/2012 - 11:07 | Warnen spam
Und hier die Antwort:

<Code>
Option Explicit
'''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
' modListPrinters
' By Chip Pearson, www.cpearson.com
' Created 22-Sept-2012
' This provides a function named GetPrinterFullNames that
' returns a String array, each element of which is the name
' of a printer installed on the machine.
'''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
Private Const HKEY_CURRENT_USER As Long = &H80000001
Private Const HKCU = HKEY_CURRENT_USER
Private Const KEY_QUERY_VALUE = &H1&
Private Const ERROR_NO_MORE_ITEMS = 259&
Private Const ERROR_MORE_DATA = 234

Private Declare Function RegOpenKeyEx Lib "advapi32" _
Alias "RegOpenKeyExA" ( _
ByVal HKey As Long, _
ByVal lpSubKey As String, _
ByVal ulOptions As Long, _
ByVal samDesired As Long, _
phkResult As Long) As Long

Private Declare Function RegEnumValue Lib "advapi32.dll" _
Alias "RegEnumValueA" ( _
ByVal HKey As Long, _
ByVal dwIndex As Long, _
ByVal lpValueName As String, _
lpcbValueName As Long, _
ByVal lpReserved As Long, _
lpType As Long, _
lpData As Byte, _
lpcbData As Long) As Long

Private Declare Function RegCloseKey Lib "advapi32.dll" ( _
ByVal HKey As Long) As Long

Public Function GetPrinterFullNames() As String()
'''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
' GetPrinterFullNames
' By Chip Pearson, , www.cpearson.com
' Returns an array of printer names, where each printer name
' is the device name followed by the port name. The value can
' be used to assign a printer to the ActivePrinter property of
' the Application object. Note that setting the ActivePrinter
' changes the default printer for Excel but does not change
' the Windows default printer.
'''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
Dim Printers() As String ' array of names to be returned
Dim PNdx As Long ' index into Printers()
Dim HKey As Long ' registry key handle
Dim Res As Long ' result of API calls
Dim Ndx As Long ' index for RegEnumValue
Dim ValueName As String ' name of each value in the printer key
Dim ValueNameLen As Long ' length of ValueName
Dim DataType As Long ' registry value data type
Dim ValueValue() As Byte ' byte array of registry value value
Dim ValueValueS As String ' ValueValue converted to String
Dim CommaPos As Long ' position of comma character in ValueValue
Dim ColonPos As Long ' position of colon character in ValueValue
Dim M As Long ' string index

' registry key in HCKU listing printers
Const PRINTER_KEY = "Software\Microsoft\Windows
NT\CurrentVersion\Devices"

PNdx = 0
Ndx = 0
' assume printer name is less than 256 characters
ValueName = String$(256, Chr(0))
ValueNameLen = 255
' assume the port name is less than 1000 characters
ReDim ValueValue(0 To 999)
' assume there are less than 1000 printers installed
ReDim Printers(1 To 1000)

' open the key whose values enumerate installed printers
Res = RegOpenKeyEx(HKCU, PRINTER_KEY, 0&, _
KEY_QUERY_VALUE, HKey)
' start enumeration loop of printers
Res = RegEnumValue(HKey, Ndx, ValueName, _
ValueNameLen, 0&, DataType, ValueValue(0), 1000)
' loop until all values have been enumerated
Do Until Res = ERROR_NO_MORE_ITEMS
M = InStr(1, ValueName, Chr(0))
If M > 1 Then
' clean up the ValueName
ValueName = Left(ValueName, M - 1)
End If
' find position of a comma and colon in the port name
CommaPos = InStr(1, ValueValue, ",")
ColonPos = InStr(1, ValueValue, ":")
' ValueValue byte array to ValueValueS string
On Error Resume Next
ValueValueS = Mid(ValueValue, CommaPos + 1, ColonPos - CommaPos)
On Error GoTo 0
' next slot in Printers
PNdx = PNdx + 1
Printers(PNdx) = ValueName & " on " & ValueValueS
' reset some variables
ValueName = String(255, Chr(0))
ValueNameLen = 255
ReDim ValueValue(0 To 999)
ValueValueS = vbNullString
' tell RegEnumValue to get the next registry value
Ndx = Ndx + 1
' get the next printer
Res = RegEnumValue(HKey, Ndx, ValueName, ValueNameLen, _
0&, DataType, ValueValue(0), 1000)
' test for error
If (Res <> 0) And (Res <> ERROR_MORE_DATA) Then
Exit Do
End If
Loop
' shrink Printers down to used size
ReDim Preserve Printers(1 To PNdx)
Res = RegCloseKey(HKey)
' Return the result array
GetPrinterFullNames = Printers
End Function




Sub AAA()
Dim Printers() As String
Dim N As Long
Dim S As String
Printers = GetPrinterFullNames()
For N = LBound(Printers) To UBound(Printers)
S = S & Printers(N) & vbNewLine
Next N
MsgBox S, vbOKOnly, "Printers"
End Sub


Und der Drucker kann jetzt wie folgt gesetzt werden:

Application.ActivePrinter = Printers(3)


Gruß Ahmed

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