DIALOG_PRINTJOB function opens a native dialog that allows you to set parameters for a
printing job (number of copies to print, for example).
DIALOG_PRINTJOB returns a nonzero value if the user pressed the "OK" button in the dialog, or zero otherwise. You can use the result of this function to programmatically begin printing.
Result = DIALOG_PRINTJOB([PrintDestination])
An instance of the IDLgrPrinter object for which a printing job is to be initiated. If no
is specified, the printer used by the IDL Direct Graphics
device is modified.
Set this keyword to the widget ID of a widget to be used as the parent of this dialog.
Set this keyword equal to a string indicating the name of the X Windows display on which the dialog is to appear. This keyword is ignored if the DIALOG_PARENT keyword is specified. This keyword is also ignored on Microsoft Windows and Macintosh platforms.
Set this keyword equal to a string containing an X Window System resource name to be applied to the dialog.
Set this keyword equal to a string to be displayed on the dialog frame. This keyword is ignored on Windows and Macintosh platforms.