I need to create a form using InfoPath, and be able to use legal size paper. I do not have the option to change paper size. Does anyone know how to do this?
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I have to set custom paper size 6X8 inches
plz tell sugest me code how to do it.
in C#.net 3.5
i m using Asp.net 3.5 Crystal report
i have to do it programiticlly
i want my report to be 132 colums wide ie fanfold 15x12 inch.How do i change the size of my report.so my questions are :
1.How do one can change the size of report
2.How do one can change it's orientation. (portrait)
if i try with paper size 15x11inch its showing inproper page breaks. or by setting bottom and top margin its splitting into multiple pages.
As the title says. How would I make an infopath form submit an attachment, then after being submitted; Submit the 2nd attachment, and so on.
The problem I'm running into is the 50mb file attachment limit in SharePoint. It is not an option to change this Max amount. This way the 4 attachments which are all around 15 mb, won't total 60mb at one time and go over the file size limit.
How to reduce the image weight using
asp.net, without lose of image quality and image pixels. For example i
have an image with the size of 4 MB (3024*2045), so how to reduce the
image weight ie 4 MB to 1 MB without lose quality in the same pixels
ie(3024 * 2045) using asp.net.
Hi Everyone, I need to detect the size of the user's screen for mobile devices (especially the BlackBerry). I've read a lot of pages that seem to refer me to the Request.Browser object, but I'm finding that this object doesn't have the correct values. For example, I have a BlackBerry and when I use the Request.Browser to get the screen size, it tells me it is 640x480. Well, I know it's not that big since an image of 300px wide just barely fits. Also, when I run on my desktop browser, it also says my screen is 640x480. I can assure you, it is not 640x480! ha!
I am trying to get the screenHeight and width:
// Get MobileCapabilities from current Request.Browser
MobileCapabilities currentCapabilities = (MobileCapabilities)Request.Browser;
// get a property of the browser
Response.Write(currentCapabilities.ScreenPixelsHeight + " <br>");
Response.Write(currentCapabilities.ScreenPixelsWidth + " <br>");
but this is always show that the Height is 480 & the width is 640
I am trying on HTC with Opera Mobile 9.5
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