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how do I export PrintDocument data to excel

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Hi, am using PrintDocument to view my report in vb.net, now I want that report to be exported to excel file. Can anyone help me in this regards to get the code for exporting excel in vb.net, Thanks in advance
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Your best bet would be to use the Report Viewer. Seeing as a PrintDocument is basically a graphics object that you draw on, you can't take information back off it.
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Thanks for your suggestion, i will try it
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