DXPrinting System is a universal printing and export library for WPF. We call it universal because you are not limited to specific controls that can be rendered by the library nor do you have to write a lot of code to print or export your data or control.
With DXPrinting, you can print anything...simply define the XAML and off you go. This is obviously nothing new for WPF developers since the standard FixedDocument and FlowDocument classes can do the same in combination with the DocumentViewer...Unfortunately, this similarity only applies to tabular reports (multiple data records in a specific format) and that's where DXPrinting provides you with real options going forward.
If you're using the FixedDocument class, you'll have to manually split your document across multiple pages. If you're using FlowDocument, you won't be able to control page breaks and thus a feature like displaying headers on each page cannot be properly implemented. Both these classes don't allow you to export your documents to data files in XLS, PDF, HTML and other popular formats.
All these limitations in Microsoft's implementation are overcome by DXPrinting. Among the main features we've implemented is the ability to automatically split documents across multiple pages (based on specific rules). As such, if you need column headers on every page or you want a page break before a group value - the Printing engine will deliver it for you.
The WPF Printing Library allows you to easily create multi-column reports by simply specifying a couple of report properties.
Export to Multiple Formats
The WPF Printing Library allows export to multiple formats (PDF, HTML, RTF, TXT, Microsoft Excel (both XLS and XLSX) and others) with numerous specific export options available for each of the supported data formats.