VML Print Attribute
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Determines whether the shape will be printed. Read/write. VgTriState.
<v: element print=" expression ">
Provided as a way to specify whether shapes will be printed. Note that a shape can still be displayed on the screen, even if it is not printed as a result of this attribute being False. The default value is True.
This attribute is used by Microsoft Office but is not used by Microsoft Internet Explorer.
Microsoft Office Extensions Attribute
Build date: 2/7/2012