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Old January 1st, 2007, 12:34 PM
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I have a webpage and have a button called print on that page. When the users click on the button, the print dialog shows up and the user can take a print-out of the page. Can you pls tell me how to write the code in C#, so that the print button on the page gets activated.

 
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Hi there,

You don't need C# for this; just call window.print(); in the client side onclick handler of the button....

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