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In C# I have a report created in Active Reports 3 and I need to save it as a pdf file instead of sending to a printer
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The easiest and the most versatile approach (in my opinion) is to use one of the virtual PDF printers. I have a very good experience with Bullzip PDF printer (http://www.bullzip.com/products/pdf/info.php) which is free also for commercial purpose if you need it for up-to 10 persons.
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According to this - there is export into pdf.
There are option to print into virtual printer aka pdf printer - like PDFWriter, doPdf, ...
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Jitendra Patil earned 250 total points
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can you try the given solution given at below link
How do you export an report while using ActiveReports

hope this helps.
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