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How to send Crystal Report to printer directly in C# (.NET) ?

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Hi,

I am having two listboxes & a button on windows form. The first listbox consists of list of "Available Printers" and the second listbox consists of list of "Available reports" (Crystal Reports already made).

I wil select a "Printer" from first listbox & a "Report" from second listbox.

On clicking the button, i have to send that paticular  report to that particular printer (without viewing the report). Can you please suggest me the way with sample code ?

Advance ThanX for your time & patience.

Cheers,
Kishore
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