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### What Do the Different Printer Options using Windows Mobile Pocket Pc

Select Printer Options:
bullet Printer: Select the printer to print to. Some printer selections work for a variety of printers, such as the "HP PCL" selection which prints to most Hewlett Packard DeskJet, LaserJet and compatible printers.
bullet Port: Select between Infrared, Bluetooth, Network printing and Serial (COM1-COM8). Most Windows CE devices only have Infrared and COM1 and need special attachments to use the other selections. USB printing and printing across an ActiveSync connection to a desktop printer is not supported.
NOTE: On many Pocket PC devices, you CANNOT use the serial and infrared ports at the same time. This means that if your device is connected to your desktop PC using the serial Sync cable, the Infrared port will not work. You must disconnect the serial connection to use Infrared printing.
bullet Color/Mono: Select Monochrome (Black & White) if your printer is not a color printer (or if you wish to print in mono). If your printer has color capabilities AND has a black ink capability, select "4-Color CMYK". If your printer cannot hold both color ink and black ink at the same time, select "3-Color CMY".
bullet Paper Size: Select paper size for use. You can choose "Custom" and then set special paper sizes in the "Custom Paper" Width and Height boxes. For printers that use "roll" paper, you can set a maximum paper height of 22 inches.

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### Infopath form services connectivity of printer

HI

I am facing issue of printer connectivity from Infopath form services.

I have lines of code through which i can connect to printer using Infopath client mode.

I have shared the printer. Also the printer is set as default

The same lines of code is not working for browser enabled Infopath form.

Need help

Here is my lines of code. Is it there any credentials need to be passed ?

public

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### Printer Friendly Page from a listview control

Hi guys,

I am working on a web form that displays the data from an access data source into a list view control. I need an advice on how to create , render a new page printer freindly .not buttons, controls,,, I have implemented a  java script function to select which records I want to view in the printable page but I cannot came up with any idea on how  to use this to create the printable help..

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### attempting to hook up my printer to dell inspiron 1440

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### Printer Delivery Extension Error

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### Setting printer duplex programatically

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Hi, I'm trying to backup to a network drive, but I keep getting the message below: Cannot open backup device '\\Server\Projects\Exodus\Backup_Banco'. Operating system error 5(Access is denied.). The weird thing is that if I use xp_cmdshell on the same folder, I can dir, copy files, etc...  Why is that? Below is by backup command code that I get the Access Denied: BACKUP DATABASE Exodus TO DISK = '\\Server\Projects\Exodus\Backup_Banco' WITH COPY_ONLY, COMPRESSION, NOFORMAT, INIT And both xp_cmdshell commands below works without a glitch: exec xp_cmdshell 'dir \\Server\Projects\Exodus\Backup_Banco' exec xp_cmdshell 'copy \\Server\Projects\Exodus\Backup_Banco\text.txt \\Server\Projects\Exodus\Backup_Banco\text4.txt' Both SQL Server and SQL Agent are running on domain accounts, and I gave Modify rights on the \\Server\Projects\Exodus\Backup_Banco folder to the Domain Local Group that holds both accounts, as the copy commands shows. Both commands use SQL Server's service account rights, so I should get the same treatment for both commands. But that's not what is happening. Any ideas why? Thanks

### how to print Test-page on default Printer ?

hi how to print Test-page on default Printer  using C# Winform Code ? thank's in advance

### RsClientPrint add-on does not hold Default Printer Setting

The default printer paper size is A4 in user PC but when the print icon is pressed in the report viewer control, the paper size is shown as Letter. Is there any way to capture the correct paper size as per the default printer?   Thanks,

### Printing from ASP.NET to a network printer

I need to send documents to a network printer (\myserver\myprinter). I'm using the System.Printing classes to print, and it works fine when it's from a Windows Service, but from an ASP.NET app, it's only able to print to local printers, not network printers. The error I'm getting is "Printer Name is not valid" This is what I'm using to get the printer name: public string PrinterName{   using (LocalPrintServer server = new LocalPrintServer())   return server.GetPrintQueue(@"\\myserver\myprinter");} It works fine if I print to \myserver\myprinter from Notepad directly, just not from code.  I'm on .NET 4.0/VS2010 and using ASP.NET Development Server.

### Printing to a Zebra label printer 105SL

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window.print()

but I get nothing printed.

The same ZPL/text works fine with window apps using: SerialPort Class

Any help would really be appreciated. Thank you.

### how to print "Hello World" to Default printer

hi

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### Send report to printer from code-behind...

Hi!

I would like to create a print button to send a .rdlc report to the users printer. Since i'm not using report viewer to view my reports using it's controls is not an alternative.

I have a button that generates a .pdf file from the report, and now i would like to make a similar button, but to print the report.

Can anyone help me?

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