For Print

Posted on 2005-04-28
Last Modified: 2010-04-17
hello sir..
while developing my project i faced a problem for printing the document....
i want to print document without opening itn in both winform and webapplication(using some particular extensions like (doc,pdf,txt..etc..)
kindly help me solving this problem...thankyou...
Question by:softflux
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    You'll need to handle these files separately - i.e. make a printer handler for each file type. TXT files can probably be printed directly, similarly PDF files could possibly be sent directly to Postscript-Printers, but DOC files (Microsoft Word? Other DOC-Files?) certainly need either a component to handle the printing or Word itself. I would try to determine the files types you really need and handle these by themselves.
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    Hi softflux, please let me know if I can help further :)

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