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WPF in Action with Visual Studio 2008 by Maxx Daymon, Arlen Feldman

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Chapter 18. Printing, documents, and XPS

This chapter covers:

  • Printing FlowDocuments
  • Synchronous and asynchronous printing
  • Printing FixedDocuments
  • Saving XPS documents
  • Exploring modern art

Do you remember the paperless office? We were reading about it in our flying car the other day and decided that it was one of those concepts that sounded good, but never quite got off the ground. Whether this is because too many people aren’t yet comfortable giving up paper or the technology isn’t yet quite a reasonable replacement, we aren’t sure.

The fact is that most applications have to provide some mechanism for printing. Even for applications that eschew paper, there’s often a need to provide data in an easily transferable format such as Adobe’s PDF ...

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