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      How to: Add a Print Preview to a Windows Forms Application
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How to: Execute Commands in the Print Preview

This example illustrates how to execute Printing System commands (corresponding to various end-user actions in print preview) by using the PrintControl.ExecCommand method of the DocumentViewer control.

Some of these commands are called without any parameters, while others require calling an overloaded version of the PrintControl.ExecCommand method (depending on the demanded parameters).

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