Using FixedDocument, DocumentViewer and PrintDialog you can easily create your own print and/or print preview for RadGridView for WPF.
I’ve made two extension methods Print() and PrintPreview() to illustrate how to turn the grid into a print friendly document in few lines of code:
public static void PrintPreview(this GridViewDataControl source)
var window = new Window()
Title = "Print Preview",
Content = new DocumentViewer()
Document = ToFixedDocument(ToPrintFriendlyGrid(source), new PrintDialog())
public static void Print(this GridViewDataControl source, bool showDialog)
var dialog = new PrintDialog();
var dialogResult = showDialog ? dialog.ShowDialog() : true;
if (dialogResult == true)
var viewer = new DocumentViewer();
viewer.Document = ToFixedDocument(ToPrintFriendlyGrid(source), dialog);
Vladimir Enchev is Director of Engineering, Native Mobile UI & Frameworks
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