how print (hard print ) gridview each data row in each A4 size paper.
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Can anyone help me with this?. I want to print all the tabs in ajax tab container. The tab container has around 10 tabs. I dont want to goto each tab and print the page. Instead is there any way by which I can tweek the print.css file to print all the tabs at a single stretch?. So that I will get all the contents of the tab in single print. Is there any other way in which I can print all the tabs all together?.
Thanks in Advance...
I have some resource files for localization and would like to print them. When I try to print them in Visual Studio (with File -> Print...) the button is disabled. Does anyone know how to print them? (Without copying each into word or excel)
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Please help me, i have a properly working codes that is capable of the following:
1. Printing of Reports from ReportViewer without using the build-in print ICON in the actual ReportViewer. to view the working for the printing alone please click here.
2. Batch Printing by making a loop and placing a checkbox on the gridview where the needed paramerter (DataKeyNames ID) is retrieved then pass to the ReportViewer
This is my Code
foreach (GridViewRow row in GridView1.Rows)
CheckBox chk = (CheckBox)row.FindControl("CheckBox2");
ReportViewer1.ServerReport.ReportServerUrl = new Uri("http://TestServer/ReportServer");
ReportViewer1.ServerReport.ReportPath = @"/Tavern/StudPaymentReport";
ReportViewer1.ProcessingMode = ProcessingMode.Remote;
ReportParameter rptParams = new ReportParameter;
rptParams = new ReportParameter("ClientID", GridView1.DataKeys[row.RowIndex].Value.ToString());
I am trying to print crystal repot directly from a C# application, which is calling webservice. I am able to display report in
crystalreportviewer by passing the webservice call to datasource. However, is
there anyway, I can print directly without showing the report?
Alternatively, I was trying return ReportDocument object from
webservice, which would solve my problem, but I was unable to return the ReportDocument
because of serialization issue. Is it even possible? Thank you
Why we use the paper we do.
MSDN Magazine November 2006
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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Hello I have a web application with several MSChart and I need print all these chart but I dont know how. In some examples in the internet people using EditCopy() but it dont working for me because I cant found that method.
Need some help Thanks
I had an infopath form with few rich text field. When i copy some content from somewhere and paste in the richtext Box then while Printing the form I get Lot of Blank Spaces Infront of the rich text box.
I tried creating teh print view too but still i get bunch of empty pages printed before by richtext box control.
Is there a way we can remove those blank spaces.....
I am not able to find out what is going wrong here....
I have a form with an auto-resizing textbox. There are three views on it (Default, Read-only and Print View). I put text until the textbox limit before it expands. I click "Print View". In the Print View, everything works fine, but when I click
"Print Preview", some characters do not appear in the textbox (and when I print, these characters do not appear too).
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