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Old October 15th, 2004, 12:27 AM
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Default Page Setup while Exporting to PDF

Hi, I'm using CR.NET bundled with VS.NET2002. In my project I have the feature to export the crystal report output to a PDF file.

I'm using a CrossTab report and in that I have the columns as month names. Under each month, the data will be populated. In the crystal viewer the report is appearing with out any issues. But once I export to PDF, then part of the report output in the end is cut and placed in a new page.

I was trying out to set the page type in the PDF to Landscape, but was unable to find any options. I could just find the following, but it doesn't help -

rptCrossTab.PrintOptions.PaperOrientation = PaperOrientation.Landscape;

I understand the above is for print options, but just gave a try.

Can anyone kindly guide me on how I can achieve to set the Page orientation to landscape at runtime for a PDF file.


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I tried setting the Printer Setup option in the designer to Landscape. This option automatically sets the page orientation while exporting.

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were you able to print in landscape from the pdf to a network printer by any chance?

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