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C# Printing many textboxes

Posted on 2004-03-21
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Hello Expert I was wondering if you could show me how i can format the information I have to a certain layout I want it to print to the printer this is what i want it too look like

Company Number: 979734    Company Name: Willson   Year:2004
ContactName: Mike Smith

this is what my code looks like

printDialog1.Document = ThePrintDocument;
string strText = "Company Number: " + this.lblProjectNo.Text
       + "Company Name" + this.txtProjectName.Text
      + " Year " + this.txtYear.Text
      + " ContactName " + this.cmbName.Text;

But this does prints all in one line and I don't want it too can you help please.
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Try chaning it to the following


this is what my code looks like

printDialog1.Document = ThePrintDocument;
string strText = "Company Number: " + this.lblProjectNo.Text
      + "Company Name" + this.txtProjectName.Text
     + " Year " + this.txtYear.Text
     + "\r\nContactName " + this.cmbName.Text;

what I added was the \r\n which is the return character and the newline. I put both there because one or the other should do the trick so you can try it with \r and if that doesn't work try \n.
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Thanks so much it worked :)
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by:jvoros1
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just one thing for allignment is there such thing as \t for like tab?
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yes that is right.
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