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printing all share point webparts

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Hi all,

Please let me know how to print all the webparts in one go

thanks
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by:Rainer Jeschor
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Hi,
which SharePoint version and edition?
Which kind of web parts?
What kind of printing? E.g. two report viewer web parts -> two different printouts?
Or more like printing a "screenshot"?

Thanks.
Rainer
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by:keplan
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Hi Rainerj,

Sharepoint2010,


I've created 11 webparts in a single page, all 11 webparts are individual ssrs reports.

and reports run with default parameters.
so, when the user browse, the webparts displays with the results.

So, user need to print all webparts in one go, rather than each individual webparts

thanks for the answer
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Rainer Jeschor earned 370 total points
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Hi,
there is no chance to print all reports into one document other than using the browser Print function - which I assume would not work if the reports itself do not fit onto the visible area.

The only chance I can think of is using the following methods to invoke the print from a client script (e.g. from within a content editor web part), looping through all report web parts:
http://blogs.msdn.com/b/selvar/archive/2011/04/09/invoking-the-print-dialog-for-report-viewer-2010-control-using-the-javascript-api.aspx

I have currently no demo environment for prototyping but the info from the above link should be a good starter.

HTH
Rainer
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