As you may already know, Q1 2012 RadControls for WinForms brought to you one much requested feature- native printing support for RadGridView and RadScheduler. Utilizing its capabilities it is as easy as pie to send the data from your control to a printer by calling a single method. However, there are also a variety of options that allow you to customize the appearance of your pages. With this post, we will take a closer look at the features and options of printing that RadScheduler provides out-of-the-box.
I have provided technical support for RadScheduler since its inception and I can say that it is truly like an iceberg - the more you dive in knowing the control the more you come to appreciate its power, richness of features, potential for customization and flexibility. But what good is something if you don't know that it exists? For the Q3 2011 release, we have made a thorough review of the RadScheduler demos and realized that they show only a fraction of RadScheduler's potential. So, we have updated some old demos and added a few new ones. We will continue this practice in the future...
Q1'11will definitely be huge to RadControls for WinForms!
First, it will be the first 3rd party component suite to offer Microsoft Active Accessibility (MSAA) and Coded UI test support, which by itself is huge enough. Second, it will introduce a brand new control - RadWizard. Third, it will offer two major improvements to RadScheduler for WinForms, which will cover in this blog. And, if this isn't enough, we will also give you a brand new version of our TreeView control (which we will cover in a blog next week, so stay tuned).
The two major improvements of RadScheduler for WinForms will surely...
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