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LlExportOption Enumeration


combit.ListLabel24 Namespace : LlExportOption Enumeration
Enumeration of available export options.
Syntax
'Declaration
 
Public Enum LlExportOption 
   Inherits System.Enum
public enum LlExportOption : System.Enum 
public enum class LlExportOption : public System.Enum 
Members
MemberDescription
DocxAllPagesOneFile

Enables creation of a separate Word document for each page.

Value

Meaning

0

A separate Word document is create per page.

1

All pages are created in the same Word document.

Default

1

DocxCellScalingPercentageHeight

Scaling factor (with decimal places) to correct the cell heights. Default: 100 (=100% cell height).

DocxCellScalingPercentageWidth

Scaling factor (with decimal places) to correct the cell widths. Default: 100 (=100% cell width).

DocxFloatingTableMode

Enables if tables will be linked. For a larger amount of pages with tables this option should be set to '0', because Microsoft Office Word can only link up to 86 (depending on the Word version) tables.

Value

Meaning

0

Table won't be linked.

1

Tables will be linked.

Default

1

DocxFontScalingPercentage

Scaling factor to correct font sizes. Default: 100 (=100% font size).

ExportAllInOneFile

Configures the export result format.

Value

Meaning

0

Every printed page will be exported in a single HTML file.

1

The result is a single HTML file (Export.File), containing all printed pages.

Default

1

ExportFile

File name of the first HTML page. Default: "index.htm". You may also use printf format strings like "%08d" in the file name (ex. "Export Page %d.htm"). In this case, the files for the pages will be named by replacing the placeholder with the correctly formatted page number. Otherwise, you will get a simple page numbering for the result files.

ExportMailAttachmentList

Additional attachments (besides the export results) as tab-separated list ("\t", ASCII code 9).

ExportMailBcc

This address will receive a blind carbon copy. Multiple recipients can be separated by semicolons.

ExportMailBody

Mail body text.

ExportMailCc

This address will receive a carbon copy. Multiple recipients can be separated by semicolons.

ExportMailPop3ProxyAddress 
ExportMailPop3ProxyPassword 
ExportMailPop3ProxyPort 
ExportMailPop3ProxyUser 
ExportMailPop3SenderDomain 
ExportMailPop3ServerAddress 
ExportMailPop3ServerPassword 
ExportMailPop3ServerPort 
ExportMailPop3ServerUser 
ExportMailPop3SocketTimeout 
ExportMailProvider

This option can be used to switch the mail provider. All options apart from MSMAPI need the cmmx0?.dll.

Value

Description

SMAPI

Simple MAPI

XMAPI

Extended MAPI

SMTP

SMTP

MSMAPI

System MAPI (using the default MAPI client)

Default

The default value depends on the system's or application's settings (see below)

If the DLL cannot be found, the mail will be sent using system MAPI (MSMAPI).

The provider is selected by either setting it explicitly using this option or letting the user choose in the LsMailConfigurationDialog().

List & Label first of all tries to retrieve the application-specific mail settings from the registry - if these cannot be found, the global mail settings will be applied. These can be set using LsMailConfigurationDialog().

ExportMailSecureConnection

Connection security.


Value


Meaning


-1


Automatic (use TLS when server supports it)


0


Turn TLS off (even when it is supported by the server)


1


Force SSL (Cancellation when server does not support SSL)


2


Force TLS (Cancellation when server does not support TLS)


Default


-1


ExportMailSendResultAs

Allows the result of an HTML export to be sent directly as HTML mail text.

Value

Meaning

text/html

If SMTP is chosen as mail provider, the export result is used as HTML content of the mail. All other mail providers will ignore this option.

empty

The HTML result is sent as attachment.

Default

Empty

The SMTP provider offers a set of additional options. These generally do not need to be set explicitly, but should be set in the LsMailConfigurationDialog().

ExportMailShowDialog

Selection for sending the mail without any further user interaction.

Value

Meaning

0:

The mail is sent directly without any further user interaction (at least 1 TO recipient must be given)

1:

The standard "Send mail" dialog is displayed. The values passed are preset there.

Default:

0

ExportMailSmtpFrom

Substitutes the sender's address (combination of "Export.Mail.SMTP.SenderName" and "Export.Mail.SMTP.SenderAddress") in the mail. However, "Export.Mail.SMTP.SenderAddress" will still be used for the SMTP protocol.

Example:

LlXSetParameter(hJob, LL_LLX_EXTENSIONTYPE_EXPORT, „",
„Export.SendAsMail", „1");

This automatically sends the export result as email to the recipient selected via Project > Settings. The globally selected mail settings will be used. If you want to offer a default to your user, this can be done quite simply:

LlSetDefaultProjectParameter(hJob,"LL.Mail.To", "EMAIL", 0);

This example assumes that your database contains a field called EMAIL. If you want to preset a specific address, please note that you need to use double quotes, as the passed parameter needs to be evaluated as the formula:

LlSetDefaultProjectParameter(hJob,"LL.Mail.To", "'abc@xyz.de'", 0);

ExportMailSmtpPassword

SMTP server password (if necessary).

ExportMailSmtpPopBeforeSmtp

Some SMTP server need a login via POP before SMTP connection (0=no POP connection will be established, 1= POP connection will be established)

ExportMailSmtpProxyAddress

Proxy IP address or URL.

ExportMailSmtpProxyPassword

Proxy password (only Socks5).

ExportMailSmtpProxyPort

Proxy port.

ExportMailSmtpProxyType

Proxy type (0=none, 1=Socks4, 2=Socks5).

ExportMailSmtpProxyUser

Proxy user name (only Socks5).

ExportMailSmtpReplyTo

Reply to address (optional).

ExportMailSmtpSenderAddress

Mail sender's address (ex. xyz@abc.def) – is also used for the SMTP protocol.

ExportMailSmtpSenderName

Real sender's name.

ExportMailSmtpServerAddress

SMTP server IP address or URL.

ExportMailSmtpServerPasswordSMTP server password (if necessary).
ExportMailSmtpServerPort

SMTP server port.

ExportMailSmtpServerTimeOut

Socket timeout, in milliseconds.

ExportMailSmtpServerUser

SMTP server user name (if necessary).

ExportMailSmtpUser

SMTP server user name (if necessary).

ExportMailSubject

Email subject.

ExportMailTo

Recipient address. Multiple recipients can be separated by semicolons.

ExportMailXmapiDeleteAfterSend 
ExportMailXmapiServerPassword 
ExportMailXmapiServerUser 
ExportMailXmapiSuppressLogonFailure 
ExportOnlyTableData

Only data from table lines will be exported.

Value

Meaning

0:

All objects are exported.

1:

Only table cells and their data are exported.

Default:

0

ExportPath

Path where the exported files should be saved. If this option is empty, a file selection dialog will always be displayed.

ExportQuiet

Use this option to configure the possibility of exporting without user interaction.

Value

Meaning

0:

Export with user interaction (dialogs)

1:

No dialogs or message boxes will be displayed (only if Export.Path was specified).

Default:

0

ExportSaveAsZip

Activates the compression of exported data. If this option is set, the ZIP-Filter will be selected in the dialog.

Value

Meaning

0

Compression is not performed

1

The export data will be compressed into a ZIP archive

Default

0

Please note, that the user can modify the default settings via the dialog. If this is to be inhibited, set the option "Export.Quiet" to "1".

ExportSaveAsZipAvailable

Here you can hide the ZIP archive filter within the file select dialog.

Value

Meaning

0

Filter hidden

1

User selection possible

Default

1

ExportSendAsMail

Activates sending of export files via email. This option corresponds to the checkbox "Send exported files by email" for the end user.

Value

Meaning

1:

The exported files are sent via the specified provider (see below)

Default:

0

ExportSendAsMailAvailable

Enables you to hide the respective checkbox in the dialog.

Value

Meaning

0:

Checkbox will be hidden

1:

Checkbox will be available

Default:

1

ExportShowResult

Specifies whether the export result will be displayed automatically. The program that displays the result will be determined by the registered file extension.

Value

Meaning

0:

Result will not be displayed automatically

1:

Calls ShellExecute() with Export.File.

Default:

0

ExportShowResultAvailable

Enables you to hide the respective checkbox in the dialog.

Value

Meaning

0

Checkbox will be hidden

1

Checkbox will be available

Default:

1

ExportSignatureFormat

Can be used to choose the signature format. The available values depend on the file type and signature software.

Value

Meaning

pk7

Signature in pk7 format (container format that contains the signed file and signature). Available for Multi-TIFF, TXT and PDF (the latter only for SignCubes). The resulting file has the extension "pk7".

p7s

Signature in p7s format. An additional file *.p7s is created during the export process. Available for Multi-TIFF, TXT and PDF (the latter only for SignCubes). If the export result is sent via email, both files are attached.

p7m

Signature in p7m format (container format that contains the signed file and signature). Available for Multi-TIFF, TXT and PDF (the latter only for SignCubes). The resulting file has the extension "p7m".

PDF

PDF signature. Available for PDF and Multi-TIFF (only for digiSeal® office and B/W-Tiffs). A Multi-TIFF is converted to a PDF and signed with a special Barcode that allows verifying the signed document even after printing the PDF.

Default

p7s for TXT and Multi-TIFF, PDF for PDF

ExportSignatureProvider

Allows selection of the software to be used if more than one of the supported products are installed.

Value Meaning
0 Default, no explicit choice of signature software
1 Sign using secrypt digiSeal® office
2 Sign using OPENLiMiT® SignCubes software
3 Sign using esiCAPI® V 1.1 (see ExportSignatureProviderOption)
4 Sign using secrypt digiSeal® server 2
Default 0

ExportSignatureProviderOption

Additional options for the signature provider selected by ExportSignatureProvider.

Options for the "esiCAPI" provider:

Allows to select the used connector to use. Information on the diverse selectors is available from e.siqia.

Value

Meaning

0

Default, i.e. the first available connector is used

1

Sign using SignLive! CC® 4.1.2

2

Sign using SecSigner® 3.5.X

Default

0

 

Options for the signature provider "digiSeal® server 2":

This option has only one value and contains the connection data for digiSeal® server 2. The single values are separated with a pipe character each. The following structure applies:

<ServerHost>:<ServerPort>|<File path to the software certificate for identification and authentication >|<Password for the software certificate>

Example:

localhost:2001|secrypt_Testcertificate_D-TRUST_test.pfx|test

ExportSignResult

Activates the signature of export files. This option corresponds to the checkbox in the export target dialog. The value is disregarded if no supported signature software is found on the machine.

Value

Meaning

0

No digital signature

1

Exported files will be signed digitally

Default

1

ExportSignResultAvailable

Can be used to suppress the checkbox for digital signature in the export target dialog.

Value

Meaning

0

Hide checkbox

1

Show checkbox

Default

1

ExportTarget

Returns the default export destination (for example "RTF", "HTML", "PDF", etc.) to be used (or shown in the print dialog).

ExportZipFile

(Default-)Name of the ZIP file to be created e.g. "export.zip". For the file names in the ZIP archive the following rules apply:

  • if "Export.File" is not assigned, the name of the ZIP archive is used with a corresponding file extension (e.g. "export.htm")
  • if "Export.File" is assigned, this will then be used. If an export format generates one file per page, the placeholder "%d" can be used for the page number e.g. "Invoice Page %d.bmp" for the bitmap exporter
ExportZipPath

Path of the created ZIP files.

HtmlFormFooter

This option defines a certain HTML form tag indicating the end of the form. Default: "</form>".

HtmlFormHeader

Defines a certain HTML form tag such as "<form method="POST" action=...". If this option has been specified, all object names are analyzed with regard to special tags used for the form extension (see chapter ‘HTML form creation'). Default: Empty, no form creation.

HtmlTitle

Specifies the title of the generated HTML document. Default: Title used with LlPrintWithBoxStart().

JqmBaseTheme 
JqmCDN 
JqmColumnMode 
JqmDividerTheme 
JqmHeaderTheme 
JqmListDataFilter 
JqmTitle 
JqmUseDividerLines 
LayouterFixedPageHeight

Configures whether all pages should be forced to have the same page height.

Value

Meaning

0

Layout can shrink on the last page (e.g. if no objects have been placed in the page footer)

1

The page height is set as configured

Default

1

LayouterPercentaged

This option configures whether the layout should be defined in absolute values or with values expressed as percentage.

Value

Meaning

0

Layout of the X coordinates in absolute values (pixel)

1

Layout of the X coordinates with values expressed as percentage

Default:

0

PdfAuthorSpecifies the author of the generated PDF document. Default: empty.
PdfCompressStreamMethod

Sets the compression method for the PDF stream.

Value

Meaning

0

No compression

1

Flate compression

2

Run-Length compression

3

FastFlate compression

Default

1

PdfDontStackWorldModificationsInfluences the way that coordinate transforming records are handled and may help to avoid rounding differences or objects getting lost when dealing with very complex custom EMF records. Set to "1" to enable (default: "0").
PdfEncryptionEnableChanging

If this parameter is set, the file can be changed even if it is encrypted. Only effective if PDF.Encryption.EncryptFile is set to "1".

Value

Meaning

0

Changing is not enabled

1

Changing is enabled

Default

0

PdfEncryptionEnableCopying

If this parameter is set, the file can be copied to the clipboard even if it is encrypted. Only effective if PDF.Encryption.EncryptFile is set to "1".

Value

Meaning

0

Copying is not enabled

1

Copying is enabled

Default

0

PdfEncryptionEnablePrinting

If this parameter is set, the file can be printed even if it is encrypted. Only effective if PDF.Encryption.EncryptFile is set to "1".

Value

Meaning

0

Printing is not enabled

1

Printing is enabled

Default

0

PdfEncryptionEncryptFile

If this parameter is set, the result file will be encrypted. Other different options are then enabled, which are described below.

Value

Meaning

0

Do not encrypt file

1

Encrypt file

Default

0

PdfEncryptionLevel

Sets the encryption strength. Only effective if PDF.Encryption.EncryptFile is set to "1".

Value

Meaning

0

40 bit encryption

1

128 bit encryption (needs Acrobat Reader version 5 and higher)

Default

0

PdfExcludedFonts

Allows you to pass a semicolon-separated list of fonts that will never be embedded, regardless of the PDF font mode setting. Default: "Arial".

PdfFileAttachments

With this parameter, additional files can be added to the PDF container. Pass them as follows:
<MyAdditionalFile1>|<MyAdditionalFileDescription1>;<MyAdditionalFile2>|<MyAdditionalFileDescription2>

PdfFontMode

Sets the TrueType embedding mode.

Value

Meaning

0

No embedding. The TrueType fonts on the target machine will be used (if available), or the font mapper will choose substitutes.

1

All TrueType fonts are embedded.

2

Only symbol fonts are embedded.

3

No embedding. All fonts will be replaced by PostScript standard fonts.

4

Subset embedding. Only the characters from the selected code page are embedded.

5

Subset embedding. Only the used characters are embedded.

6 CID fonts will be used. Suggested for unicode text.
7 Draw fonts as curves.
8 Embed fonts as Type 3.

Default

5

PdfKeywords

Specifies the keywords of the generated PDF document. Default: empty.

PdfOwnerPassword

The owner password for the encrypted file. This password is needed to edit the file. If no password is given, a random password will be assigned. We recommend that you always explicitly choose a suitable password.

PdfPdfAMode

Defines if a PDF should be exported in PDF/A mode.

Value

Meaning

0

Don't create PDF/A

1

Create PDF/A

Default

0

PdfSubject

Specifies the subject of the generated PDF document. Default: empty.

PdfTitle

Specifies the title of the generated PDF document. Default: title passed to LlPrintWithBoxStart().

PdfUserPassword

The user password for the encrypted file. This password is needed to access the encrypted file. If no password is given, access is possible without a password, but may be limited (see above).

PdfZUGFeRDConformanceLevel

Set the ZUGFeRD Conformance Level.

Value

Description

BASIC

Simple invoices with structured data. Additional information possible as free text.

EXTENDED

Intersectoral invoice exchange with extended structured data.

COMFORT

Fully automated invoice processing with structured data.

Default

BASIC

PdfZUGFeRDXmlPath

Defines the path to a ZUGFeRD compliant XML file, which should be embedded in the final PDF. The XML file must be created before by the application itself.

PictureBitsPerPixel

Specifies the color depth of the generated graphic. The value of 256 colors is normally sufficient for XML. Please note that values such as 24 bit or higher can result in very large graphic files.

Value

Meaning

1:

Monochrome

4:

16 colors

8:

256 colors

24:

24bit True Color

32:

32bit True Color

Default:

8

PictureFormat 
PictureJpegEncoding

Specifies how to encode JPEG images

Value

Meaning

0:

Save JPEGS as (external) files

1:

Include pictures MIME encoded into the XML file

2:

Ignore JPEG images

Default:

0

PictureJpegQuality

Specifies the quality and the corresponding compression factor of the generated JPEG graphic. The value lies between 0..100, with 100 representing the highest quality (least compression). Default: 100

PptxAnimation 
PptxFontScalingPercentage 
Resolution

Defines the resolution in dpi for the generation of pictures. Default: 300 dpi.

SvgTitle 
TiffCompressionQuality

Specifies the compression quality for the TIFF export. Default: 75

TiffCompressionType

Specifies the compression type for the TIFF export. Please note that not all viewers support compression. For CCITTRLE, CCITT3 and CCITT4 PictureBitsPerPixel must be set to 1 or to 24 for JPEG.

Value

Meaning

None

No compression

CCITTRLE

CCITT Modified Huffman RLE

CCITT3

CCITT Group 3 Fax encoding

CCITT4

CCITT Group 4 Fax encoding

JPEG

JPEG DCT compression

ZIP

ZIP compression

Default:

None

TtyAdvanceAfterPrint

Specifies the behavior when the print job is finished.

Value

Meaning

FormFeed

Form feed

ToNextLabel

Advances to the next label

AfterNextLabel

Leaves one blank label as separator

TtyDefaultFilename

Default file name for this dialog.

TtyDestination

Export target. Possible values are "LPT1:", "LPT2:",..."FILE:" or "FILE:<Filename>". If "FILE:" is used, a file selection dialog will be displayed.

TtyEmulation

Specifies the emulation used for the export.

Value

Meaning

ESC/P

ESC/P emulation

ESC/P 9Pin

ESC/P emulation for 9-pin dot matrix printers

TxtCharset

Specifies the character set of the result file. If Export.OnlyTableData is set to "0", the target code page needs to be passed in addition (e.g. 932 for Japanese) using LL_OPTION_CODEPAGE.

Value

Meaning

ANSI

Ansi character set

ASCII

Ascii character set

UNICODE

Unicode character set

Default:

ANSI

TxtFrameChar

Specifies the framing character for the columns. Only effective in the data only mode.

Value

Meaning

NONE

No framing

"

" as framing character

‘ as framing character

TxtIgnoreGroupLines

Allows group header and footer lines to be ignored in the resulting text file. Only effective in the data only mode.

Value

Meaning

0

Group lines are exported

1

Group lines are ignored

Default:

1

TxtIgnoreHeaderFooterLines

Allows header and footer lines to be ignored in the resulting text file. Only effective in the data only mode.

Value

Meaning

0

Header and footer lines are exported

1

Header and footer lines are ignored

Default:

1

TxtSeparatorChar

Specifies the separator character. Only effective in the data only mode.

Value

Meaning

NONE

No separator

TAB

Tab as separator

BLANK

Blank as separator

,

, as separator

;

; as separator

UsePosFrame

Switches the text positioning method.

Value

Meaning

0

Text boxes used for positioning

1

Position frames used for positioning

Default

0

VerbosityBarcode

Configures how barcode objects should be exported.

Value

Meaning

0:

Ignore object

1:

Object as picture

Default:

1

VerbosityDrawing

Configures how picture objects should be exported.

Value

Meaning

0:

Ignore object

1:

Object as picture

Default:

1

VerbosityEllipse

Configures how ellipse objects should be exported.

Value

Meaning

0:

Ignore object

1:

Object as picture

2

Object as shape object (e.g. Word 97)

Default:

2

VerbosityLine

Configures how line objects should be exported.

Value

Meaning

0:

Ignore object

1:

Object as picture

2

Object as shape object (e.g. Word 97)

Default:

2

VerbosityLLXObject

Configures how LLX objects (e.g. chart object) should be exported.

Value

Meaning

0

Ignore object

1

Object as JPEG

Default:

1

VerbosityLLXObjectHtmlObject

Configures how the HTML object should be exported.

Value

Meaning

0

Ignore object

1

Object as JPEG

2

Object as embedded HTML. Only the HTML text between the <BODY> and </BODY> tags will be exported. Please note the hint on exporting restrictions.

Default:

2

VerbosityRectangle

Configures how rectangle objects should be exported.

Value

Meaning

0:

Ignore object

1:

Object as frame

Default:

1

VerbosityRtf

Configures how RTF objects should be exported.

Value

Meaning

0:

Ignore object

1:

As formatted RTF text

2:

Object as picture

Default:

1

VerbosityRtfFrames

Configures how RTF object frames should be exported.

Value

Meaning

0

Single frames for top, bottom, left, right (uses CSS)

1

Complete frame as box

Default

0

VerbosityTable

Configures how table objects should be exported.

Value

Meaning

0:

Ignore object

1:

As a table object

Default:

1

VerbosityTableCell

Configures how table cells should be exported.

Value

Meaning

0:

Ignore cell

1:

As a cell object using the verbosity settings of the object types specified in the cell.

2:

Cells as JPEG

Default:

1

VerbosityTableFrames

Configures how table frames should be exported.

Value

Meaning

0:

Ignore table frame

1:

Only horizontal lines of table frames

2:

The whole table line including all frames

3:

Cell-specific frames (uses CSS)

Default:

3

VerbosityText

Configures how text objects should be exported.

Value

Meaning

0:

Ignore object

1:

Object as text object

2:

Object as picture

Default:

1

VerbosityTextFrames

Configures how text object frames should be exported.

Value

Meaning

0

Single frames for top, bottom, left, right (uses CSS)

1

Complete frame as box

Default

0

XhtmlTitleSpecifies the title of the generated XHTML document. Default: Title used with the LlPrintWithBoxStart Method.
XhtmlToolbarType

Specifies if an additional toolbar will be created.

Value

Meaning

0:

No toolbar will be created.

1:

A toolbar with color scheme Skyblue will be created.

2:

A toolbar with color scheme Blue will be created.

3:

A toolbar with color scheme Black will be created.

4:

A toolbar with color scheme Web will be created.

Default:

1

XhtmlUseAdvancedCss

Allows the usage of non-standard CSS formatting styles.

Value

Meaning

0:

No non-standard CSS formatting styles are used

1:

Non-standard CSS formatting styles may be used, e.g. to create a gradient fill.

Default:

0

XhtmlUseSeparateCss

Specifies if a separate CSS file will be created.

Value

Meaning

0:

CSS will be added to the HEAD area of the XHTML file.

1:

CSS will be created in a separate file.

Default:

0

XlsAllPagesOneSheet

Enables the creation of a separate XLS worksheet for each page.

Value

Meaning

0

Create separate worksheet for each page

1

All pages are added to the same worksheet

Default

1

XlsAutoFit 
XlsConvertNumeric

Allows switching of the automatic conversion of numeric values in the created Excel sheet.

Value

Meaning

0

No automatic conversion

1

Numeric values are formatted according to the setting in the Designer (Project > Options)

2

Only columns which actually contain a numeric value (e.g. a price) will be converted. If a numeric column is explicitly formatted in List & Label (e.g. Str$(price,0,0)), then it will not be converted.

3

List & Label tries to transform the output formatting configured in the Designer to Excel as exact as possible. If the "Format" property in the designer is not used, the content will be passed as Text to Excel.

Default

3

XlsFileFormat 
XlsFontScalingPercentage

Scaling factor for the font sizes. Necessary in order to compensate for the increased text height in Excel. Default: 89

XlsIgnoreGroupLines

Allows group header and footer lines to be ignored in the resulting Excel file. Only effective if Export.OnlyTabledata has been set (see below).

Value

Meaning

0

Group lines are exported

1

Group lines are ignored

Default:

1

XlsIgnoreHeaderFooterLines

Allows header and footer lines to be ignored in the resulting Excel file. Only effective if Export.OnlyTabledata has been set (see below).

Value

Meaning

0

Header and footer lines are exported

1

Header and footer lines are ignored

Default:

1

XlsIgnoreLineWrapForDataOnlyExport

Allows line wraps to be ignored. Only effective if Export.OnlyTabledata has been set (see below).

Value

Meaning

0

Line wraps are exported to Excel

1

Line wraps are ignored

Default

1

XlsPrintingZoom

Scaling factor for the printout of the project. Necessary in order to compensate for the inability to place any objects in the non-printable area. Default: 88(=88% zoom)

XlsWorksheetName

Configures the name of the worksheet(s). You can use the format identifier "%d" in the name. It will be replaced by the page number at runtime (ex. "Report page %d").

XmlTitle

Specifies the title of the generated XML document. Default: Title used with LlPrintWithBoxStart().

Inheritance Hierarchy

System.Object
   System.ValueType
      System.Enum
         combit.ListLabel24.LlExportOption

Requirements

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Reference

combit.ListLabel24 Namespace