Menu: File > Print All > Normal / Color Syntax / Mono Syntax
Default Shortcut Key: none
Macro functions: PrintAll / PrintAllColor / PrintAllMonochrome
The Print All command is used to send all files currently being edited to the printer. The layout of the printed page will be determined by the current settings within the Page Setup dialog. You may wish to use Print Preview to display the print jobs on-screen before sending it to the printer.
Printing can be performed in any of three modes:
The file is printed without applying syntax highlighting coloration.
The file is printed with color syntax highlighting applied. Syntax elements will be displayed in color, and in bold, italic and/or underlined font styles in accordance with the current settings.
The file is printed with monochrome syntax highlighting applied. Syntax elements will be displayed in bold, italic and/or underlined font styles in accordance with the current settings.
The Monochrome Syntax and Color Syntax printing modes will be disabled when the file being edited is a file type for which Syntax Highlighting information is not available.
The standard Windows print dialog is presented before printing begins:
From here you can select the range of pages to be printed, and the number of copies to be printed. If text has been selected, you will be able to choose a radio button which dictates that only the selected text is to be printed. See the note below regarding printing selections of program source code.
Boxer will automatically convert any Tabs within the text being printed to Spaces. This ensures that the Tab Display Size used by Boxer does not conflict with that of the printer.
The color/font settings for Monochrome Syntax Print and Color Syntax Print are accessed from the Configure | Colors dialog by selecting the appropriate mode from the drop-down list at the upper left.