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Printing to file without PrintDialog

Is it possible to print directly to file without PrintDialog or
PrintPreviewDia log?

Have any succeeded to program this feature?

Cheers,
Dec 22 '05 #1
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Franlin,

On the PrintDocument class, have you changed the PrintToFile and
PrintFileName properties exposed by the PrinterSettings property? You
should be able to set these to indicate you want to print to a file (without
using a PrintDialog).

Hope this helps.
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Is it possible to print directly to file without PrintDialog or
PrintPreviewDia log?

Have any succeeded to program this feature?

Cheers,

Dec 24 '05 #2

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