Load image from file and print it using WPF... how?

I'm looking for an example of how to load an image from file and print it on a page using WPF. I'm having a hard time finding good information about WPF printing.

var bi = new BitmapImage();
bi.BeginInit();
bi.CacheOption = BitmapCacheOption.OnLoad;
bi.UriSource = new Uri("");
bi.EndInit();

var vis = new DrawingVisual();
using (var dc = vis.RenderOpen())
{
    dc.DrawImage(bi, new Rect { Width = bi.Width, Height = bi.Height });
}

var pdialog = new PrintDialog();
if (pdialog.ShowDialog() == true)
{
    pdialog.PrintVisual(vis, "My Image");
}

Display Image In WPF using XAML and C#, png, .wdp and .tiff files. If a file is a multiframe image, only the first frame is displayed. The frame animation is not supported by the control� The Image class in C# represents an image control in WPF that is used to load and display an image. The Image control displays .bmp, .gif, .ico, .jpg, .png, .wdp and .tiff files. If a file is a multiframe image, only the first frame is displayed.

Just load the image and apply it to a visual. Then use the PrintDialog to do the work.

...
PrintDialog printer = new PrintDialog();

if (printer.ShowDialog()) {
  printer.PrintVisual(myVisual, "A Page Title");
}

Printing in WPF, Now load the image into the image control: First of all create the object of the BitmapImage. That means, by using the PrintVisual method, we can print any control, container, Window or user control. The following code snippet in creates a PrintDialog object and calls its PrintVisual method by passing a UserControl to print the UserControl. Using this method, we can print any controls in WPF including a Window, page, or a ListBox.

If you want more control then PrintDialog.PrintVisual gives you you have to wrap your image in a FixedDocumet.

You can find simple code that creates a fixed document here: http://www.ericsink.com/wpf3d/B_Printing.html

Load External Image into WPF using OpenFileDialog, Create a new WPF Project, File → New → Project… and chose WPF Application ( by the way, I'm using Visual Studio 2008 in this tutorial). You'll� The attached project is a WPF application written in C# and XAML. It uses OpenFileDialog to browse text files and once text file is selected, it is loaded in a FlowDocumentReader that allows you to view, paging, and find options.

The Image control, The WPF Image control will allow you to display images inside your applications. A relevant example of a resource file is an image, which you can simply copy into Specifying the Image Source directly in your XAML will work out for a lot of � How to: Save, Load, and Print RichTextBox Content. 03/30/2017; 2 minutes to read +6; In this article. The following example shows how to save content of a RichTextBox to a file, load that content back into the RichTextBox, and print the contents. Example. Below is the markup for the example.

WPF Image Example: PNG, JPG Files, Use the WPF Image control to display JPG, PNG files. Understand the BitmapImage type. Image. How can we render a picture in a WPF program? With an Image� In previous articles we explained Remove Default Mouse Over Effect, Breadcrumb, Visual Effects, Progress bar in Wpf Backgroundworker, etc and Now we will move on display image from folder or current directory in WPF. Following are the steps to display image from folder or current directory in WPF. There are four type to display/load images in WPF.

Image.FromFile Method (System.Drawing), The following code example demonstrates how to use the FromFile GetPropertyItem and SetPropertyItem methods. This example is designed to be used with� To begin, please create a WPF project and drag the Image control to your Window. Now edit the XAML markup for the Image element. Add a Loaded event handler by typing "Loaded". Visual Studio will create the Image_Loaded method.

Comments
  • Tamir ... its fine.... In case I need to print multiple images..., how can I achieve ?
  • Truncating my image length. Also height is almost same, but width is calculating wrong. But print driver is populated well. Any suggestion?
  • that doesn't always produce very qualitative outputs.