I have my code correctly generating an envelope using a PrintDocument:[code]Which is fine and dandy, except when it goes to the printer the whole thing (paper size and everything) needs to be rotated 90 degrees.Right now it's all horizontal from left to right, but printing I need to send it either return address or stamp edge up (the text will need to be rotated 90 degrees so it's vertical too).
VS2010 VB.Net Windows Form (not WPF). Any Hello World level example for printing the text within a multi-line text box they can post? Ditto for a print preview? I need to write a simple envelope printing app and I need a good base to build upon.
we want to print the datagridview in the form with the data of different employees (see our attached image).. but it's too long and it can not be printed in a short bond paper.. so we need a code to print that form in a long bond paper and in a LANDSCAPE ORIENTATION..
We have a server that I use to blast out emails. The reverse IP for it is intellicomweb.com. One of the programs my client uses to send mail uses the from address and it's a gmail address. I'm getting bounced from this one company and they have told me they are bouncing it because my sender enveloper is not a intellicomweb.com address. Here's what I have for sending the mail code. What do I need to do to set the sender enveloper?
Is it possible too make a Envelope program in VS2008, something simple too print envelope?. I just want too print a envelope and return address, where would one go too read on how to do this. Is their any templates too start from and build on your own needs?. Has anyone tried too print a envelope in VS 2008?.
Im trying to print addresses on an envelope. Problem is i dont know how to set it to landscape programatically. So its not printing on the envelope properly and is running off the edge.
Ive tried forcing it in the printdialog, however my print dialog isnt working right at the minute - so i mention it here incase the two issues are connected. No matter how many copies i say i want i just get the one, and no matter what printer i select in the printdialog - it prints to the default printer.
Id like to set it programatically anyway so that people can just put an envelope in the tray and then press "Print Envelope" and voila, no messing with print settings.
Heres my code:
Private Sub Envelope_PrintPage(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As PrintPageEventArgs) Handles PrintDocument2.PrintPage Dim txt As String = vbNewLine & vbNewLine & vbNewLine & vbNewLine & TitleBox.Text & " " & FirstNameBox.Text & " " & SurnameBox.Text & " " & vbNewLine & _
On this one, I get 'Public member XLPageOrientation on type Worksheet not found' and similar errors on other things I've tried...I got it! I was close :) xlWorkSheet.PageSetup.Orientation = XlPageOrientation.xlLandscape
When creating a new iTextSharp document how do I specify the page orientation? Using Dim doc As New Document(PageSize.LETTER) creates a letter size document with portrait orientation. I need a letter size document with landscape orientation. How do I set that? Also, does anyone know if the documentation is online? I couldn't find it anywhere on their website.
I am using drawstring with the DrawMode set to OwnerDrawFixed on a tab control. The Tabs have a alignment set to left, but the text is displayed in a horizontal orientation. I would like to change the orientation to vertical. I am expecting this to be simple, but can not seem to find the correct input parameters for drawstring.
I am using VB 2008 & Access Databases for creating WinForm Applications. Also i am using Crystal Reports for Report solution. my question is How do i created reports such a way that they can be printed in faster Ascii Format on any DotMatrix printer. The default true type fonts make printing very slower.
I tried to use "Draft 10 cpi" font which come to available me after i installed a correct driver for my Epson printer. which also helped me overcome this problem. however it wont be the scenario with all my clients i.e. they might have different printers having different Make with different drivers installed. i have tried to open such project on there PC but the printing wont come in Draft instead the fonts get expanded too much & the print wont come right.
I have a splitcontainer with horizontal orientation. I want a fixed height for panel2 only during form resize, and let splitter resize panel2. Now I'm doing it this way, but I'm not satisfy because user notice that the panel resize
Private Sub Form1_ResizeBegin(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) _ Handles Me.ResizeBegin spil = SplitContainer1.Height - SplitContainer1.SplitterDistance End Sub Private Sub Form1_ResizeEnd(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) _ Handles Me.ResizeEnd SplitContainer1.SplitterDistance = SplitContainer1.Height - spil End Sub
I have Visual Basic 5.0 and need to print the full form in landscape mode. My form has lines,textboxes, and labels that need to be printed as they are on the screen. I understand that printform.print does not respond to changing to landscape orientation. I have tried the paint picture method, but did not like the quality of the text. I have also tried having a common dialog box before printing and even set the default to landscape, but the form still printed in portrait. Is there a way that I can print my form in landscape mode in Visual Basic 5.0?
I've now properly started implementing OO into my system (which I probably should have done from the start) but I just want to clear some best practices.So let's say I have a class called Job which contains information such as Description, Project Manager (Employee class), Value etc. at the moment, if I initialise the Job class it will initialise all the information held within it, even if I only want the job description. Is it best practice to do this or is it better to implement the class and access the database for values as and when they're needed? Or is it just better in those cases to just access the database directly?
I basically have an application that generates reports in a .html file, I use a .html file for the ease of making tables and formatting text.Now I would like to introduce a way of printing the reports from my program. Because I use a .html file, the formatting would not the correct if I was to print it directly from my application (as far as I know). For this reason, I would like to print it just like my web browser would have in order to keep the tabular data intact and the text formatting.
I'm creating an application which has an scheduler to print and it checks if there is a pending job on the print queue before it prints the next file. I use a timer which checks if there is any file to be printed on my database. Example, the timer ticks and selected 10 files to be printed, it should print the 10 files 1 at a time, if there's no print queue, that's the only time the next file should print. I think another timer is required which will keeps on checking if print queue is done. How will i do this?