status of images on printing.

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  1. drew
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    Posted 22 Feb 2007 Link to this post

    What is the status of this? I am testing the vb demo solution and no images are printing, say in the business card report or the simple report, and likely all the others. I exported to pdf and simply get the "No Image Available" moniker..
  2. drew
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    Posted 22 Feb 2007 Link to this post

    and as a follow-up: when printing, the browser prints extra info in the header and footer. How can we exclude this? Or can we? I have tax forms to fill out in a report and this extra printing will ruin this effort. thanks, drew..
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  4. drew
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    Posted 22 Feb 2007 Link to this post

    to continue with my monologue today Ü.. to answer my own question, something i guess i already knew, but so easily forgot: simply goto File|PAge Setup and remove the browser header and footer. (duh Ü)
  5. Svetoslav
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    Posted 23 Feb 2007 Link to this post

    Hi drew,

    "No Image Available" is actually an image and it comes from the AdventureWorks DB. For all products in the database that does not have specific image their record contains this "No Image Available" default image. If you scroll several pages forward you will find out that there are different images of bikes, frames, clothes, etc. Maybe we need to change the example so it will be clear enough that there are images.

    Regarding the print from the browser -- it seems that you've managed to turn off the page header and footer that the browser itself adds to the pages it prints. As of now we rely on the browser for printing directly from the web viewer. As you know the browser itself decides how to print its content and we cannot manage this behavior in no way and the printouts can differ from what you expect. So we suggest to exporting the report in a PDF or TIFF format and then print the exported document (HTML is not a page oriented format but the PDF or TIFF are).
     

    Greetings,
    Svetoslav
    the telerik team
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