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2533 Jan 28,2003 07:27 PM UTC Jan 29,2003 04:03 AM UTC Windows Forms 1
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Benjamin Bahrenburg
Asked On January 28, 2003 07:27 PM UTC

Is there anyway to hide the file name when opening the print preview? For example I am using the Essential Edit to display several screens worth of data which is never saved. Is there a way to removed or replace the default file untitled.txt with ""? Thanks in advance, Ben

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Replied On January 29, 2003 04:03 AM UTC

Hi Ben, A shortcut to achieve the edit behavior you want is: after the data are loaded into the edit, set the name of the current file to a space " ", i.e., editControl1.CurrentFile = " "; A more robust approach has also been provided in the latest EditControl code. A public property FileNameVisible could be used to control whether to display the file name: [ Category("Essential Edit"), Description("Determines whether to show the file name in the status bar and print/print preview."), Browsable(false), DefaultValue(true), ] public bool FileNameVisible If you want to get the latest version of Essential Edit, please open a support incident and a support engineer will be available. Thanks for choosing Essential Edit. Syncfusion Technical Support > Is there anyway to hide the file name when opening the print preview? > > For example I am using the Essential Edit to display several screens worth of data which is never saved. Is there a way to removed or replace the default file untitled.txt with ""? > > Thanks in advance, > Ben

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