Do not keep posting the same question - we do not like that here and if you didn't get answers the first 1000 times, you probably won't get one at all (but might find more spam in your inbox!)
What I gave you should work (the link that Mazdak sent you). If it doesn't, you need to reply to that thread and - as I stated in the message - research the problem instead of just guessing and asking other people!
Sorry. But I have research enough, and it is not in the .net help, it is, but it doesnt work. Your example and Mazdak'a didnt work also. Maybe you should try what you post. When I help someone in a problem, I tried to help them completly not half way. Thanks.
The examples in the MSDN documentation don't work? I hardly doubt that, because they have been tested and have been in public sight for several years now. I'm sure someone wouldn't noticed and alerted Microsoft, especially since they have such an easy documentation bug link at the bottom!
And as I have sound countless times - post WHY enumerating the PaperSizes didn't work! What exceptions where thrown, if any? It is possible that the printer does not support that paper size! It is, after all, a rather large piece of paper - if the printer tray doesn't support it, it will use the default!
So, write a simple application that enumerates and displays the valid PaperSizes that it supports and see, or debug your code and check the state of objects after lines that don't seem to have an effect.
If you keep asking the same question, you'll get the same answer - so provide us with more details and what exceptions - if any - are being thrown, or example snippets of code showing that you are trying what we have written and where the exception is being thrown. I assure you that enumerating PrinterSettings.PaperSizes works! Tell us why it's not working for you!
This is the example I am trying. I am using an Epson LX-300 printer. The enumeration worked, i forgot to tell you that. But my initial question was that I need to create a custom form, and print using that paper size. In this example, I created manually, in Server Properties, in the printer & faxes form, and created the "MIPAPEL" form. When selecting the papersize I use the last element in the enumeration, and it printed the size I wanted, but I created it manually. If I use the new PaperSize("CUSTOM", 8.5*100, 5.5*100) it doesnt work. It seems as it is ignoring my custom size. Also, when doing this, there are no exceptions.
Just create a C# project and copy this.
-Code Start Here-
/// Summary description for Form1.
public class Form1 : System.Windows.Forms.Form
private System.Windows.Forms.Button button1;
/// Required designer variable.
private System.ComponentModel.Container components = null;
// Required for Windows Form Designer support
// TODO: Add any constructor code after InitializeComponent call
/// Clean up any resources being used.
protected override void Dispose( bool disposing )
if( disposing )
if (components != null)
base.Dispose( disposing );
#region Windows Form Designer generated code
/// Required method for Designer support - do not modify
/// the contents of this method with the code editor.
private void InitializeComponent()
this.button1 = new System.Windows.Forms.Button();
this.button1.Location = new System.Drawing.Point(112, 176);
this.button1.Name = "button1";
this.button1.TabIndex = 0;
this.button1.Text = "button1";
this.button1.Click += new System.EventHandler(this.button1_Click);
this.AutoScaleBaseSize = new System.Drawing.Size(5, 13);
this.ClientSize = new System.Drawing.Size(296, 213);
this.Name = "Form1";
this.Text = "Form1";
/// The main entry point for the application.
static void Main()
private void button1_Click(object sender, System.EventArgs e)
PrintDocument pd = new PrintDocument();
string s = "";
// enumerating the valid papers
foreach( PaperSize ps in pd.PrinterSettings.PaperSizes )
s += ps.PaperName + "\n";
// show the paper sizes defined for the printer
// this is a custom paper size defined manually
// using the dialogs provided on Windows XP
pd.DefaultPageSettings.PaperSize = pd.PrinterSettings.PaperSizes[pd.PrinterSettings.PaperSizes.Count - 1];
pd.PrintPage += new PrintPageEventHandler(pd_PrintPage);
pd.QueryPageSettings += new QueryPageSettingsEventHandler(pd_QueryPageSettings);
If you created a form called "MIPAPEL" (which I guess is supposed to be "MYPAPER"), why did you pass "CUSTOM" for the name of the form in the PaperSize constructor? Try passing "MYPAPER"/"MYPAPEL" and see if that works.
I try that before sending the example and it doesnt work, The PaperSize only have one constructor, ant it ask for the name of the papaer, and the width, and height. I put the same thing and it ignores it. One of my problems is solved, because with the enumertion I could manually create the form and use it in my code. But what I need is to be able to create a new paper size, and use it. In the code I sent you, there was a mistake, the line that calls the querypagemethod take it out.
It does work. You could be right about the server forms configured on the system, but the PageSetupDialog doesn't seem to mind. If you solved the problem of printing an A3 form by enumerating the PaperSizes like I said a while back, great. If you're trying to print something else customized, it's possible the printer (or maybe even the print server) might not support it.
There were some examples of setting custom paper sizes in the google link I gave you. If they don't work for you, either you have a botched .NET installation (which I doubt, because many other things would be wrong), or your printer has problems or limitations. I have a Lexmark myself and I am not particular crazy about it (what can I say, it was free).
Thanks, I found what I was looking. But if you have read it, you have noticed that what I was asking cannot be done with C#, not completly. There is an example on how to add the form using c++ code, and then with that form, use it in c# to print the custom size. So I assume the custom size option using the papersize constructor only works on Windows 98 or before.
I wanna know how can i send mail thru my pc without using any email client.
i tried using SMTPMail object. in that i specified the SmtpServer as "localhost". On doing so all my mails are delivered into "c:\Inetpub\mailroot\Queue\" directory.
Now i want to know how d i send these mails to email@example.com or at hotmail address.
Please someone help me.
You have to setup your SMTP Virtual Server in the Internet Information Manager snap-in (in your Administrative Tools in your Control Panel) to forward mail accordingly. Otherwise, the server doesn't know where to send mail.
Thanx for this.
But actually i didn't unerstand anything in this GEEK code. COuld u please tell me in detail how to configure SMTP virtual server so that i can send mails to Internet mail accounts like Yahoo and Hotmail.
Um, yeah, that's called a signature - it wasn't part of the message.
As I said, open Internet Information Manager and you should see your SMTP Virtual Server. Right-click and select Properties, then RTFD. There's far too much to cover in a forum. You have to understand basic SMTP implementation, but the docs will help. As always, just hit F1.
This has been asked before, and as I told the previous person, you should consider using Label controls below the DataGrid. If you have a data-bound DataGrid and programmatically add a row, you must do so to the DataGrid.DataSource, which will add the row. If you then update that data source (say, to a database or XML file), it will contain that summary row. This is hardly what you want, I assume.
So, just use some values below it. That's what we do in our application, and there are many other benefits as well. First, it separates the summary of columns making it easier to see, and it doesn't scroll or resize like a DataGrid could, thus hiding certain summations. Second, one rarely needs to summarize ALL fields (for example, how would you summarize a name field for a person, company, etc.?), so just include enough labels to summarize what you need.
To summarize columns, just enumerate the rows and keep track of what you need to, then assign that value (or whatever) to a label that shows the value (or, if you use one label for the text label and value, use String.Format or something to assign the "Label: Value", "Label=Value", or whatever format to the Label.Text property).