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GdPicture14 Namespace / GdViewer Class / PrintDialog Method





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    PrintDialog Method (GdViewer)
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    Invokes the standard Windows Print dialog box allowing you to print the displayed document by selecting additional settings.
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    Invokes the standard Windows Print dialog box, which allows you to select additional options or settings and then to print the document currently displayed in the GdViewer control. This method uses the actual paper size when printing.

    During the print process, the BeforePrintPage and the AfterPrintPage events are raised just before and right after the single page is printed.

     
    Invokes the standard Windows Print dialog box, which allows you to select additional options or settings and then to print the document currently displayed in the GdViewer control. You can also adjust the size of printed pages according to your preference using this method for printing.

    During the print process, the BeforePrintPage and the AfterPrintPage events are raised just before and right after the single page is printed.

     
    Invokes the standard Windows Print dialog box, which allows you to select additional options or settings and then to print the document currently displayed in the GdViewer control. This method uses the actual paper size when printing. At the same time, you can specify the top-level window that will own the modal dialog box using this method.

    During the print process, the BeforePrintPage and the AfterPrintPage events are raised just before and right after the single page is printed.

     
    Invokes the standard Windows Print dialog box, which allows you to select additional options or settings and then to print the document currently displayed in the GdViewer control. You can also adjust the size of printed pages according to your preference using this method for printing. At the same time, you can specify the top-level window that will own the modal dialog box.

    During the print process, the BeforePrintPage and the AfterPrintPage events are raised just before and right after the single page is printed.

     
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