Pretty Printer for Visual Basic Free Download
Pretty Printer for Visual Basic
Pretty Printer for Visual Basic Free Download.
Pretty Printer for Visual Basic creates custom formatted Visual Basic source code listings.
Pretty Printer can speed the debugging of your code, and produce professionally styled presentations for your clients.
Features of Pretty Printer include: the ability to print in portrait, landscape, and multi-column modes; support for simplex or duplex printing; the ability to sequentially number each code line in a module, or by procedure; connection lines that allow you to clearly see your code structure; the ability to save the formatted code as an HTML file that can be posted on the Web, your Intranet or Extranet, or imported into a Microsoft Word document; procedure separators to separate modules with horizontal lines; the ability to specify your own fonts, styles, and colors to easily locate keywords, variables, comments, identifiers, and more; the ability to print only selected modules and procedures; customizable page headers and footers; automated indentation; and the ability to create a table of contents by procedure, project, or both.
Pretty Printer for Visual Basic keywords:
extracts specially tagged comment blocks from programming source files and generates rich text documents containing the contents of those comment blocks.
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