ChartControlBase.ShowRibbonPrintPreview(Window, String, String, PrintSizeMode) Method

Creates a print document with the specified name from a chart with the specified print size mode and displays the document using the Print Preview window with the Ribbon toolbar and the specified owner and title.

Namespace: DevExpress.Xpf.Charts

Assembly: DevExpress.Xpf.Charts.v20.1.dll


public void ShowRibbonPrintPreview(
    Window owner,
    string documentName,
    string title,
    PrintSizeMode sizeMode
Public Sub ShowRibbonPrintPreview(
    owner As Window,
    documentName As String,
    title As String,
    sizeMode As PrintSizeMode


Name Type Description
owner Window

The Print Preview owner.

documentName String

The name which should be used for the document to be displayed in the Print Preview.

title String

The title of the Print Preview.

sizeMode PrintSizeMode

The size mode which the chart must use when the chart control is printed.


To print the document immediately without invoking any dialogs, use the ChartControlBase.PrintDirect method.

To show the standard Print dialog, use the ChartControlBase.Print method. The dialog allows end-users to print the chart, select the printer (if required), specify the range of pages to print, the number of copies, etc.

To export the chart, use the appropriate ExportTo~ method (e.g., ChartControlBase.ExportToHtml, ChartControlBase.ExportToPdf, etc.)


The chart can be previewed, printed and exported only if the DXPrinting Library is available. Make sure you add a reference to the DevExpress.Xpf.Printing.v20.1 assembly.

Methods that allow you to show Print Preview with other preview settings.

Name Description
ChartControlBase.ShowPrintPreview Creates a print document and displays the Print Preview of the document.
ChartControlBase.ShowRibbonPrintPreview Creates a print document and displays the Print Preview with the Ribbon toolbar of the document.
ChartControlBase.ShowRibbonPrintPreviewDialog Creates a print document and displays the Print Preview with the Ribbon toolbar of the document as a modal window.
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