MSDN Magazine March 2001
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how to get a report in my c#.net page button lick event also steps to call a report from asp.net to reporting services
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Access control lists (ACLs) can be complex beasts, and user interfaces for editing them are incredibly tricky to implement properly. That's why I was really excited when WindowsÃÂ® 2000 shipped with a programmable ACL editor, shown in Figure 1.
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Printing is an integral part of every complete Windows-based application. Providing robust printing capabilities in these applications has often proved to be a tedious chore. Now, printing from Windows Forms with the .NET Framework means you must adopt a document-centric approach, resulting in cleaner and more manageable code. While the System.Windows.Forms namespace provides seamless integration with all the standard print dialogs (such as Print Preview, Page Setup, and Print), the System.Drawing.Printing namespace offers numerous classes for extensibility and customization. These classes, and how they provide access to printing capabilities, are covered here. Other useful techniques, such as printing in the background to allow the user to continue other tasks, is also explained.
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Hi i create a print view brower enabled form in Infopath 2007 with header and footer. In Infopath works fine. Margin was ok, header and footter to. But then i try to print this browser the margin, header and footer it changes to default setting of
browser ? I try also create a print button in form with VS 2008 code, but method :
this.print(); not working.
It is possible to print the "print view" in browser as the same like in Infopath 2007? Does anyone have the code how to create a print button in C# on browser enabled form?