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Default Printer Friendly Web Page

Hi All.....

Well i got a tricky problem........

I have two ASP.NET 1.1 Web Pages i.e WebForm1.aspx & PrinterFriendly.aspx

In WebForm1.aspx, I have populated some values to dataset and binded the dataset with DataGrid.

Know! Here comes the trick.....

In PrinterFriendly.aspx page i have used the code behind as WebForm1.aspx.cs(instead of PrinterFriendly.aspx.cs),
to get the DataGrid in WebForm1.aspx. I don't know how to display the DataGrid of WebForm1 in PrinterFriendly.aspx.

I will also appreciate if you provide a link related to PrinterFriendly pages in asp.net.....

Thanks in Advance.....

Abdul Ghaffar


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