How can I print all of the documents in a document library using code?

Basant B. Pandey
  • How can I print all of the documents in a document library using code? Basant B. Pandey

    I want to know how to print all the files in a document library. I googled it and unable to find the solution. But during search I found a tool which provides almost the same type of functionality.

    Please guide me. How can I achieve this type of functionality?

  • I would try to make a print css file. Add a link to the page (masterpage) and open the current page in a new window, loading the print CSS.

    Off-course you could always add a dropdown button using code, but you still need to make the print css.

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