PaperSize PaperSize PaperSize PaperSize Constructors

Definition

Overloads

PaperSize() PaperSize() PaperSize()

Initializes a new instance of the PaperSize class.

PaperSize(String, Int32, Int32) PaperSize(String, Int32, Int32) PaperSize(String, Int32, Int32) PaperSize(String, Int32, Int32)

Initializes a new instance of the PaperSize class.

Remarks

The following table shows initial property values for an instance of PaperSize class.

Property Initial value
Kind PaperKind.Custom
PaperName String.Empty

PaperSize() PaperSize() PaperSize()

Initializes a new instance of the PaperSize class.

public:
 PaperSize();
public PaperSize ();
Public Sub New ()

PaperSize(String, Int32, Int32) PaperSize(String, Int32, Int32) PaperSize(String, Int32, Int32) PaperSize(String, Int32, Int32)

Initializes a new instance of the PaperSize class.

public:
 PaperSize(System::String ^ name, int width, int height);
public PaperSize (string name, int width, int height);
new System.Drawing.Printing.PaperSize : string * int * int -> System.Drawing.Printing.PaperSize
Public Sub New (name As String, width As Integer, height As Integer)

Parameters

name
String String String String

The name of the paper.

width
Int32 Int32 Int32 Int32

The width of the paper, in hundredths of an inch.

height
Int32 Int32 Int32 Int32

The height of the paper, in hundredths of an inch.

Examples

The following code example populates the comboPaperSize combo box with the printer's supported paper sizes. In addition, a custom paper size is created and added to the combo box. The PaperName is identified as the property that will provide the display string for the item being added through the DisplayMember property of the combo box. The example assumes that a PrintDocument variable named printDoc exists and that the specific combo box exists.

// Add list of supported paper sizes found on the printer.
// The DisplayMember property is used to identify the property that will provide the display String*.
comboPaperSize->DisplayMember = "PaperName";
PaperSize^ pkSize;
for ( int i = 0; i < printDoc->PrinterSettings->PaperSizes->Count; i++ )
{
   pkSize = printDoc->PrinterSettings->PaperSizes[ i ];
   comboPaperSize->Items->Add( pkSize );
}

// Create a PaperSize and specify the custom paper size through the constructor and add to combobox.
PaperSize^ pkCustomSize1 = gcnew PaperSize( "First custom size",100,200 );
comboPaperSize->Items->Add( pkCustomSize1 );
// Add list of supported paper sizes found on the printer. 
// The DisplayMember property is used to identify the property that will provide the display string.
comboPaperSize.DisplayMember = "PaperName";

PaperSize pkSize;
for (int i = 0; i < printDoc.PrinterSettings.PaperSizes.Count; i++){
    pkSize = printDoc.PrinterSettings.PaperSizes[i];
    comboPaperSize.Items.Add(pkSize);
}

// Create a PaperSize and specify the custom paper size through the constructor and add to combobox.
PaperSize pkCustomSize1 = new PaperSize("First custom size", 100, 200);

comboPaperSize.Items.Add(pkCustomSize1);

' Add list of supported paper sizes found on the printer. 
' The DisplayMember property is used to identify the property that will provide the display string.
comboPaperSize.DisplayMember = "PaperName"

Dim pkSize As PaperSize
For i = 0 to printDoc.PrinterSettings.PaperSizes.Count - 1
    pkSize = printDoc.PrinterSettings.PaperSizes.Item(i)
    comboPaperSize.Items.Add(pkSize)
Next

' Create a PaperSize and specify the custom paper size through the constructor and add to combobox.
Dim pkCustomSize1 As New PaperSize("Custom Paper Size", 100, 200)

comboPaperSize.Items.Add(pkCustomSize1)

Remarks

A PaperSize created with this constructor always has its Kind property set to Custom. The Width and Height property values can be set only for custom PaperSize objects.

Applies to