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HtmlExportOptionsBase.ExportMode Property

Gets or sets a value indicating how a document is exported to HTML.

Namespace: DevExpress.XtraPrinting

Assembly: DevExpress.Printing.v22.2.Core.dll

NuGet Packages: DevExpress.Printing.Core, DevExpress.Win.Dashboard.Design


public HtmlExportMode ExportMode { get; set; }

Property Value

Type Default Description
HtmlExportMode SingleFile

An HtmlExportMode enumeration value which represents the HTML export mode.

Available values:

Name Description

A document is exported to a single file. Note that in this mode, page headers and footers are added to the resulting HTML file only once, at the beginning and at the end of the document.


A document is exported to a single file, page-by-page. In this mode, all pages are exported one under another, separated by page borders (which are specified by the HtmlExportOptionsBase.PageBorderWidth and HtmlExportOptionsBase.PageBorderColor properties).


A document is exported to multiple files, page-by-page. In this mode every document page is exported to a single HTML file.

Property Paths

You can access this nested property as listed below:

Library Object Type Path to ExportMode
Cross-Platform Class Library ExportOptions
WPF Controls ExportOptionsContainer


The values listed in the HtmlExportMode enumeration specify the way in which a document is exported to HTML. For instance, it may be exported to a single file with a single page header at the beginning, and a single page footer at the end. Otherwise, it may be exported page-by-page, to either a single file, or different files. Note that if a document is exported page-by-page, you may specify the appearance of page borders via the HtmlExportOptionsBase.PageBorderWidth and HtmlExportOptionsBase.PageBorderColor properties.

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