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Printing Question

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Hello All,

So far I've been using the "regular" way of printing with PrintDocument, by
maintaining the X and Y positions, drawing rectangles, lines, strings of
text, etc. I'd like to have a user-configurable way of printing with a
markup langauge, instead of hard-coding everything. I've seen programs that
have a text file with XML or HTML-like syntax which gets parsed for
variables, and then is used to render the print job.

I was thinking of trying to write something like this, but it's going to be
time consuming. Is there anything already available for .NET?

I'm wondering if there's a way I could have my application produce a
temporary HTML document, and use the Internet Explorer parser to generate a
PrintDocument (or something along those lines)?


- Jason
Nov 21 '05 #1
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