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Vs.Net Print Last Page Only

Vs.Net Print Last Page Only

Vs.Net Print Last Page Only

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I have a Vs.Net 2008 application that prints a report, I want to be able to print the last page only. I can print a range using StartPageN and EndPageN, is there a way to set it to only print the last page? I of course could use StartPageN and EndPageN but the lengh of the report varies.

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RE: Vs.Net Print Last Page Only

I don't think there is any way to know up front what the number of the last page of the report is going to be. I don't know whether this will work, but you might try giving StartPageN and EndPageN some number that you know is going to be higher than the number of pages on the report and see whether that will print the last page.

-Dell

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