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Default Printing in C#

I am tryng to make Reports in C# but i fails to handel the pages. code is below to print on the page
private void printDocument1_PrintPage(object sender, System.Drawing.Printing.PrintPageEventArgs e)

            Graphics g = e.Graphics;
            g.PageUnit =GraphicsUnit.Inch;
            string message ="Dinesh Rana";
            Single leftMargin=e.MarginBounds.Left/100;
            Single rightMargin=e.MarginBounds.Right/100;
            Single topmargin=e.MarginBounds.Top/100;
            Single bottomMargin =e.MarginBounds.Bottom/100;
            Single width=e.MarginBounds.Width/100;
            Single height=e.MarginBounds.Height/100;

            Font messagefont =new Font("Arial",24,System.Drawing.GraphicsUnit.Point) ;
            for(int i =0;i<100;i++)
                e.HasMorePages =false;

                    g.DrawString("dinesh Rana",messagefont,Brushes.Black,1,i);
                    e.HasMorePages = true;

                    g.DrawString("kumar dinesh Rana",messagefont,Brushes.Black,1,i);

                currentpage +=1;
        I want after 8 Lines it continues in new page and page are added but in this code either endless pages are added with same data and if i reverse the if condition i get only one page.Can some body help me
Can any body tell from where i get the complete reference of printing in C# it is readly Available for Vb but not for C#.is there any book that can help me

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