Feng Yuan (袁峰)

CLR, Performance, Debugging, Parallel Computing, WPF, XPS, GDI, GDI+, Printing (www.fengyuan.com)

September, 2005

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  • Feng Yuan (袁峰)

    Printing to Microsoft XPS Document Writer without showing File Save Dialog Box

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    If you want to use the Microsoft XPS Writer to generate a large amount of XPS Documents, or use it in a server environment, you do not want the File Save dialog box to show up. Solution: specify output file name in DOCINFO passed to StartDoc....
  • Feng Yuan (袁峰)

    Creating XPS Documents from Visual, plus an insider look at an XPS Document

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    In the last article blogs.msdn.com/fyuan/archive/2005/09/11/463708 , we discussed how to generate XPS Documents from Win32 applications using the XPS Document Writer. The procedure is very simple, can you simply print whatever contents you have using...
  • Feng Yuan (袁峰)

    The XPS (XML Paper Specification) Depot

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    One stop shop for XPS information...
  • Feng Yuan (袁峰)

    Generating XPS Document from Win32 Applications: the XPS Document Writer

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    At Winhec 2005, Microsoft announced a new file format code named Metro (Modular Content Framework and Document Format). The name Metro has since been retired and replaced with the official name XPS which stands for XML Paper Specification. XPS is...
  • Feng Yuan (袁峰)

    Personal Computers 30 Years Ago

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    Last week, close to 20,000 Microsoft employees gathered together at Safeco field to celebrate Microsoft's 30 year anniversary. It was a very cheerful event. This prompted me to search trough my collection of books and magazines to find out what was the...
  • Feng Yuan (袁峰)

    Let's talk about printing at PDC05

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    PDC 2005 is just a few days away! Now we can finally talk about digital document/printing under Windows Presentation Foundation(originally known as Avalon) using real code. I will be at the following sessions: Track Lounges: Presentation Hands...
  • Feng Yuan (袁峰)

    Where are my shirts?

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    I ordered my offical Microsoft blue shirts for PDC two weeks ago. But three working days away from PDC, they are nowhere to be seen. Our admin has been on medical leave for two weeks, so I thought they may be delivered to her office and locked up there...
  • Feng Yuan (袁峰)

    Microsoft Digital Document Team at PDC 2005

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    Here are the sessions and other activities connected with the Microsoft Digital Document team at PDC 2005: Breakout Sessions DAT304 Unleashing the Power of XPS-Based File Formats for your Application Day/Time: Tuesday, September 13 2:45 PM- 4...
  • Feng Yuan (袁峰)

    Printing to legacy devices in Windows Presentation Foundation

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    In the two previous postings, we discussed about two different ways of generating XPS (XML Paper Specification) Documents, one being printing to XPS Document Writer from Win32 applications, and the other being using the new WPF (Windows Presentation Foundation...
  • Feng Yuan (袁峰)

    XPS (XML Pape Specification) 0.75 Spec Released

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    Microsoft just released the XPS Specification and Reference Guide today (Sep 13th 2005): http://www.microsoft.com/whdc/xps/default.mspx There are three new specifications for download: Open Packaging Conventions which describe the methods for...
  • Feng Yuan (袁峰)

    DIY generation of XPS Documents

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    Although Microsoft has already provided two ways to generate XPS Documents, there are benefits to generate them on your own. Here is some sample Win32 code for generating XPS Fixedpage markup....
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