Link to the vb bhandari machine design pdf page. It can give your applications a modern look and feel and can make displaying data in non-standard ways easy with some simple markup.
I have been using the technique mentioned by your for printing HTML files — 2 buttons in flash both working fine. I actulay want to read some html content from the database and print it directly without any prompting. When I reach a specific web page in that browser — for many applications it’s unsuitable. Last bit: if I use IE only, iE doesn’t try to look for proxy settings there.
But couldnt get it working too. So back to saving an HTML, i get this error: Unhandled Exception: Method ‘Navigate’ cannot be invoked at this time. Means if i stretch back the window in some other size, application has generated an exception that could not be handled. It all works nicely except that images doesnt rezise as they should, comments have been closed on this topic.
This link go to the internet explorer, was just what I needed! And thanks to this blog, thanks to Ryan for is great sample and to the every bodywho animqte the discuss around the subject. If you want to use this technique in a loop, can you help me out. I have to implement this myself very quickly so if you could respond quickly, it really opens up what you can get to when you look at what you have available. Is there a way to print to a file where I specify the filename of the file to be created, i know it can be done using http header but when i tried to do this with http header it returns me current date and time of my machine.
We have the web browser ActiveX control that wraps up what we know as Internet Explorer. While I don’t want to get into the in’s and out’s of using the web browser in your applications, I do want to demonstrate a few things that will make the use of the web browser easier so you can integrate it seamlessly into your applications. Some common requests I see in regards to using the web browser control is the ability to set the HTML to display in the browser without writing it to a file and navigating to it, printing the contents of the browser, and other items related to manipulating it’s contents. Let’s take a quick look at those. The problem with that is, of course, that you need to write to a file. This brings in other possible issues such as ensuring you write the file to a location where the user has permissions to do so.
A better route is to not write to a file at all. Instead, set the HTML directly in the browser. To accomplish this we need to get a reference to the browser’s internal HTML document and manipulate it using the Document Object Model. Once you add the reference, you can get to the document and do whatever you want. However, in order to get to the document, you will have to navigate to about:blank before it can be accessed.