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Adding a chart to a printdocument object in C#

Adding a chart to a printdocument object in C#

Adding a chart to a printdocument object in C#

I'm sure that somebody out there has had to do this, so maybe you can provide me with some guidance.

I have a report that is generated via printdocument. At the end of the report I want to insert a bar graph. I can create the chart object, fill it with data, format the chartarea, series, and points. I want to insert that completed object into my print document, Probably inside a rectangle I assume???

Does anyone know how to do that?

Thanks in advance,

Jerry Scannell

RE: Adding a chart to a printdocument object in C#

your going to hate the answer but there isn't any easy mode.

your going to have to figure out how build(draw) your own report with all of the data from both.
get your resolution up high enough so it doesn't look bad.
learn enough about PrintDocument Component to get it printing right

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