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Printing

This document outlines the following techniques used to print from RichEditControl.

Expanded Print Documents Using the Default Printer

RichEditControl allows you to print a document with the default settings without end-user interaction. To do that, use the RichEditControl.Print method as shown below.

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A complete sample project is available in the DevExpress Code Examples database at http://www.devexpress.com/example=T210437.

Expanded Change Printing Settings

To set options that are unavailable from RichEditControl directly, use the DevExpress Printing Library. This library has the PrintableComponentLink class, which allows you to change required printing settings (e.g., use the specific printer or disable showing error messages). For this, use the API from the table below as shown in the following code snippet.

Member Description
PrintableComponentLink.PrintableComponentLink Creates a new PrintableComponentLink instance with a given printing system.
PrintableComponentLinkBase.Component Sets user implementation represented by the IPrintable instance for the current component link.
PrintableComponentLink.PrintingSystem Obtains settings provided by the given PrintingSystem instance.
PrintableComponentLink.Print Prints the current document using the specified printer.

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A complete sample project is available in the DevExpress Code Examples database at http://www.devexpress.com/example=E3882.


Important

Such PrintableComponentLink properties, as LinkBase.Landscape or LinkBase.PaperKind do not affect the layout of a printed document. To change the document page layout properties before printing, change the corresponding settings of a document section ( accessed by the Section.Page property).

Expanded Print Documents using the Command UI

RichEditControl provides the following built-in commands to print the document.

Command Description
PrintCommand Invokes the Print dialog to print the current document.
QuickPrintCommand Prints the current document using the default printer. The command is executed without user intervention.
PrintPreviewCommand Displays the Print Preview window for the current document.

All built-in printing commands are available on the File Ribbon tab. To learn how to provide your application with the Ribbon Command UI, refer to the How to: Create a Simple Word Processor with a Ribbon UI topic.

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