Determines whether to use the 64-bit or the 32-bit Internet Explorer to render HTML pages. The default value is True (64-bit IE).
This property is only used on 64-bit Windows. A value of True means that the 64-bit Internet Explorer will be used to render the HTML page contents. False indicates that the 32-bit Internet Explorer is used instead. If your HTML content includes ActiveX controls that only exist in 32-bit, the 64-bit IE will not be able to use them. The workaround is to set Use64bitIE to False, which will let you use your 32-bit-only ActiveX controls.
On 32-bit Windows the Use64bitIE property is completely ignored. Note, however, that 32-bit applications running under 64-bit Windows will still use this property.
'VB Sample Code Set oPrinter = CreateObject("easyPDF.Printer.8") Set oPrintJob = oPrinter.IEExtendedPrintJob oPrintJob.PageWidth = 8.5 oPrintJob.PageHeight = 11.0 oPrintJob.Use64bitIE = False oPrintJob.PrintOut "C:\test\input.htm", "C:\test\output.pdf" //C# Sample Code PrinterClass printerObj = new PrinterClass(); IEExtendedPrintJob printJobObj = printerObj.IEExtendedPrintJob; printJobObj.PageWidth = 8.5; printJobObj.PageHeight = 11.0; printJobObj.Use64bitIE = false; printJobObj.PrintOut("http://www.pdfonline.com/", @"C:\test\output.pdf");