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C# Printing a DataGrid

Posted on 2004-03-21
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Hello Expert is there an easy way to print the dataGrid when the user hits print on a Windows From  and only the columns that are visible not all the ones that are hidden?

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by:Joeisanerd
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did you still want to print all of the rows? When you use a dataGrid and limit the number of columns to display it creates a dataview. You would then use that dataview to print only the data that is shown.

You could also use Crystal Reports to make the data layout look better for printing.
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by:jvoros1
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Do you have anywhere a sample of code to show me by any chance I am pretty new to C# and I never printed before.
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by:jvoros1
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this Is an example of my dataGrid binding
                  cs = new DataGridTextBoxColumn();
                  cs.MappingName = "PermitApprov";
                  cs.HeaderText = " Permit / Approve. Etc ";
                  cs.Width = 200;
                  cs.Alignment = HorizontalAlignment.Center;
                  tableStyle.GridColumnStyles.Add(cs);
                  dataGrid1.TableStyles.Add(tableStyle);

                  cs = new DataGridTextBoxColumn();
                  cs.MappingName = "UserID";
                  cs.HeaderText = " User ID";
                  cs.Width = 0;
                  cs.Alignment = HorizontalAlignment.Center;
                  //Sets the Default Value of userID
                  aDataSet.Tables["tbl_ProjectLogDrawingsInOut"].Columns["UserID"].DefaultValue = 0;
                  tableStyle.GridColumnStyles.Add(cs);
                  dataGrid1.TableStyles.Add(tableStyle);

                  dataGrid1.DataSource = aDataTable;
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