Assembly: ReachFramework (in reachframework.dll)
|AutoSelect||The print device selects the media.|
|BackPrintFilm||Specialty back-printing film.|
|Bond||Standard bond media.|
|CardStock||Standard card stock.|
|HighResolution||Specialty high-resolution media.|
|MultiLayerForm||Attached multi part forms.|
|MultiPartForm||Individual multipart forms.|
|None||Unknown or unlisted media.|
|Photographic||Standard photographic media.|
|PhotographicFilm||Film photographic media.|
|PhotographicGlossy||Glossy photographic media.|
|PhotographicHighGloss||High-gloss photographic media.|
|PhotographicMatte||Matte photographic media.|
|PhotographicSatin||Satin photographic media.|
|PhotographicSemiGloss||Semi-gloss photographic media.|
|Screen||Output to a display in continuous form.|
|ScreenPaged||Output to a display in paged form.|
|TabStockFull||Tab stock, not precut (single tabs).|
|TabStockPreCut||Tab stock, precut (multiple tabs).|
|TShirtTransfer||Media that is used to transfer an image to a T-shirt.|
|Unknown||The feature (whose options are represented by this enumeration) is set to an option not defined in the Print Schema.|
The values of this type are used primarily for these purposes:
The Unknown value is never used in properties of PrintCapabilities objects.
You should never set a PrintTicket property to Unknown. If some other PrintTicket producing application has created a PrintTicket document that sets the page media type feature to an unrecognized option (that is, an option that is not defined in the Print Schema), then a PrintTicket object in your application that is constructed with that document will have Unknown as the value of the PageMediaType property.
Although the PrintTicket and PrintCapabilities classes cannot be inherited, you can extend the Print Schema to recognize print device features that are not accounted for in the PrintTicket or PrintCapabilities classes. For more information see How to: Extend the Print Schema and Create New Print System Classes.
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