Use the Print Page Contents builder to specify an area of a page that you want to print when a button or link is clicked.
This builder is useful when a portion of a browser page is to be printed rather than the entire page. This allows the content of a single application to be printed in a page that contains multiple applications.
Ensure that this builder is not applied to the same tag on a page as the Spreadsheet Export builder. Both of these builders write the ID attribute to the tag, so that whichever builder is placed last overwrites the ID attribute provided by the former builder, making the former builder inoperable. If both builders are needed for the same area of the page, wrap one tag by another tag and apply the builders to the different tags.
Selecting a portion of a page for printing
Specify the page on which the element to be printed is located in Source Page input. You will get the complete set of locations (tags) on the page in Source Element. Select the HTML or XML element to be printed in this input. The contents of the page within the selected HTML or XML element are written to the browser popup window from which the print operation is executed.Locating a print control on a page
Specify the location of the print button, link, or image by the Print Button/Link Location
builder input. When the application is displayed, the print control is located on the tag that you selected.
Print Page Contents builder inputs: wpf7
This topic describes the inputs for the Print Page Contents builder.
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