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Is there a way to supress the print dialog box when printing a crystal report?

Posted on 2008-10-19
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I have a crystal report that works great except that there are times when my system will be running completely automatically.  When in auto-mode I need the program to print on its own.
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Question by:David L. Hansen
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The ReportDocument object has a PrintToPrinter method exactly to do that.
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Check the print method.  There should be an option to turn it off.  Set it false.

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I figured it out.  I just added a background worker to send the "Enter" key thus causing the print dialog box to print.  It works great!
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