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Problem in printing JTable values

 
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Dear Friends,
I have to print the JTable values (on paper using print dialogue box).
I'm using jtableObj.print to print the table values. But jtableObj.print takes more time to print the table values because it prints the values as a image(approximately 5 mins to print 10 pages).

My code is ,


Could anyone please tell me how to reduce the time?


Thanks in advance
 
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Just another cross poster. Apart from the double post on another forum here...
http://www.java-forums.org/awt-swing/15563-problem-printing-jtable-values.html
 
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Please note Darryl Burke's comments, and read this FAQ.
 
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Yes.. I posted the same in http://www.java-forums.org/awt-swing/15563-problem-printing-jtable-values.html but I didn't get any reply for my thread. So that I posted here to get the help.
 
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Which is perfectly OK as long as you tell us about the post on the other forum.
 
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