Getting Started with Printing for RadScheduler
This video demonstrates how to use the new Print features of RadScheduler. It includes a tour of new end-user printing features as well as how to accomplish it programmatically.
The printing support of RadScheduler, allows the end user to directly pass the RadScheduler data to the printer. Common features of the printing support in Telerik UI for WinForms suite are:
Page headers and footers
Paper size settings
Print preview dialogs
RadScheduler supports four print styles, similar to the Outlook ones: DailyStyle, WeeklyStyle, MonthlyStyle and DetailsStyle. In all modes, you can add to your pages an area for handwritten notes or a date header with calendar that shows the busy days.
You can also print a single view on two pages which will grant you more available space and allow you to organize the printouts in a folder or notebook.
The RadScheduler has two public methods available for printing – Print() and PrintPreview() methods. The first method will directly send a print job to the default printer with the settings currently saved in the PrintStyle property. This method has one overload available which can show a system PrintDialog with the available printers and their options.
The other available method is PrintPreview(). It opens a new RadPrintPreviewDialog which is discussed in details here.
Show Print Preview