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report viewer print with no dialog

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I need to print a report (rdlc) that is in a report viewer automatically with no user interaction (winforms) . I have tried a few examples with it is exported to an image and then printed but the export keeps failing.

Any suggestions would be appreciated.
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What reporting tool?

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I am not sure of the question but i am using microsoft report viewer and loading a report (rdlc) inside of visual studio 2008
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