Monday, June 19, 2006 3:59 PM
I am creating a XPS document which i am later sending to a print (which produces a file. e.g. PDF Printer, Microsoft Document Imaging Printer)
However the default file name is always "System.Windows.Document".
I have tried setting various properties on the XPS document and XPS Package. However non of them seem to affect this default name.
Is there anyway i can set this?
Friday, July 29, 2011 6:39 PM
But rather than simply bump i'll copy-paste my equivalent question from StackOverflow
If a user prints a report, and they happen to be using the Microsoft XPS printer, i would like the default the filename to something meaningful.
i would have thought that the XPS printer would take the name of the print job, and use that as the default filename - but it doesn't.
Is there some other, programatic, way to default the name of the generated XPS file when i print to that printer? i was thinking there might be something like:
- a registry key
- global shared memory
- API call like SetDefaultXPSFilename()
- extended attributes about a print job
Automate Excel to create a spreadsheet:
Excel xl = new ExcelApplication(); Workbook wb = xl.Workbooks.Add(); GenerateReport(wb); wb.PrintOut();
Now if the user's default printer is the
Microsoft XPS Document Writer, then the user will get:
i would like a way for that
File nameto be defaulted to something useful, such as:
20110729 - Chip Bank Settlement Sheet.xps
The user will accept the default filename, and files will organized automatically, rather than the user typing: