Visual Basic User's Guide > Printing
A typical requirement for office applications is to print the first page of a document with letterhead paper and the remaining pages on plain paper. This is usually done by using a printer that has two separate trays for the two types of paper. The application simply sends the first page to the first paper bin, and then switches to the second bin for the remaining pages.
The printing code from our previous example can be easily extended to achieve this:
[Visual Basic 6] Printer.PaperBin = vbPRBNLower ' select first tray For CurPage = 1 To TXTextControl1.CurrentPages Printer.Print ' select second tray if CurPage = 2 then Printer.PaperBin = vbPRBNUpper TXTextControl1.PrintDevice = Printer.hDC TXTextControl1.PrintPage CurPage If CurPage <> EndPage Then Printer.NewPage Next CurPage Printer.EndDoc