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Colors Property
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FarPoint.Win.Spread Assembly > FarPoint.Win.Spread Namespace > PrintInfo Class : Colors Property

Glossary Item Box

Gets or sets the color list for the header and footer.


Visual Basic (Declaration) 
Public Property Colors As Color()
Visual Basic (Usage)Copy Code
Dim instance As PrintInfo
Dim value() As Color
instance.Colors = value
value = instance.Colors
public Color[] Colors {get; set;}

Property Value

Colors array containing the colors


Use this property to define the font colors for text that can be used in headers and footers on printed pages using the Header property and Footer property and the /cl command (for color). Then refer to the color according to the index of that color. Index numbers start at 0.

You can customize the position and appearance of headers and footers using control commands as listed in Customizing the Printed Page Header or Footer. If you use multiple control commands, do not put spaces between them.

To print the sheet, use the FpSpread.PrintSheet method.

To customize the contents and appearance of a printed header at the top of every page, use the Header property. To customize the contents and appearance of a printed footer at the bottom of every page, use the Footer property. To add images to the footer, refer to the Images property.


This example shows how to define the settings for customizing the printed page header and footer.
C#Copy Code
// Define the printer settings
FarPoint.Win.Spread.PrintInfo printset = new FarPoint.Win.Spread.PrintInfo(); 
printset.Colors = new Color[] {Color.Red, Color.Blue}; 
printset.Header = "Print Job For /nFPT Inc."; 
printset.Footer = "This is Page /p/nof /pc Pages"; 
printset.Images = new Image[] {Image.FromFile("D:\Corporate.jpg"), Image.FromFile("D:\Building.jpg")}; 
printset.RepeatColStart = 1; 
printset.RepeatColEnd = 25; 
printset.RepeatRowStart = 1; 
printset.RepeatRowEnd = 25; 

// Assign the printer settings to the sheet and print it
fpSpread1.Sheets[0].PrintInfo = printset; 
Visual BasicCopy Code
' Define the printer settings
Dim printset As New FarPoint.Win.Spread.PrintInfo
printset.Colors = New Color() {Color.Red, Color.Blue}
printset.Header = "Print Job For /nFPT Inc."
printset.Footer = "This is Page /p/nof /pc Pages"
printset.Images = New Image() {Image.FromFile("D:\Corporate.jpg"), Image.FromFile("D:\Building.jpg")}
printset.RepeatColStart = 1
printset.RepeatColEnd = 25
printset.RepeatRowStart = 1
printset.RepeatRowEnd = 25

' Assign the printer settings to the sheet and print it
FpSpread1.Sheets(0).PrintInfo = printset


Target Platforms: Windows 2000 Professional (SP4), Windows 2000 Server, Windows 2003 Server (SP1), Windows 2008, Windows XP (SP2), Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8

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