In one of my previous posts, I have discussed how to download and print a remote file. Here is the blog link
The solution in the above post will print the file to the default printer and recently I was working on a modification where I have to print the file to a specific printer instead of the default printer and couple of readers of my blog post also asked how to do this, so I would like to share today the solution for it.
Bron : Kulla’s Blog
A while ago Waldo has posted a way to print any document from CAL. Here he showed us how easy it is to print any document with any extension by simple using .NET.
Recently I used this to print merged PDF’s from CAL, but I ran into an issue.
Bron : Punky.be
In my current upgrade project I need to upgrade a solution I did for Classic NAV where I used the “‘Windows Script Host Object Model’.WshNetwork” Automation object to add a network printer automatically.
I looked a round and did not find any dotnet object capable of adding a network printer. However, there was a c# code I found that was able to do this. So, I created a NAV Add-in with this code
Bron : Gunnar’s Blog
Today Let’s try to save a classic report in PDF format.
We need to use any third party tool (PDF Printer) which will be used to print report in PDF. There are plenty of them if you search on the web. I will be using Bullzip Printer for Demo.
Bron : Saurav Dhyani
Staying on the topic of printing reports, today we’ll show you how to assign default printers by user and/or by report in NAV. This feature is very easy to setup, and quite useful when:
Bron : LET’S TALK NAV
Today Printer Selections Form 64 is not transformed to Printer Selections Page 64 since virtual table 2000000039 is not accessible from Role Tailored client.
I thought of different options for how we could get page 64 to work and decided to try the new Client Extensibility feature in NAV 2009, although this could also be done with filing a temporary table from COM.
Bron : Microsoft Dynamics NAV Team Blog