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Hi,

I am having issues converting my PDF object into a Byte() to print. I have a object called myPDF that has the following method definition:

myPDF.SaveMergedPDFToStream(outPDFStream AS System.IO.Stream)

My print routine has the following definition:

myPrinter.SendBytesToPrinter(Bytes() AS Byte)


I can make it work saving the file to disk and then reading it back in...but that seems pointless.

Thanks,
Brian
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You can use Read method of stream to convert stream to byte array

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/system.io.stream.read.aspx
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Why not use a MemoryStream? It inherits from the Stream class. You would need to ensure the Position property is set to zero, then simply call the ToArray method to get the bytes within the stream.
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