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I want to know how to print a map in ArcGIS Silverlight application.

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closed as off-topic by user30184, PolyGeo May 4 at 10:19

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Please check… – Sunil Feb 5 '13 at 10:32
i just need the steps to print map in silverlight – geoid Feb 5 '13 at 10:52
check out following link… – Sunil Feb 5 '13 at 10:55
really it's very good, i saw it before but it just has the code i need the steps or the idea of Printing to follow – geoid Feb 5 '13 at 11:01

According to your question following will be the steps :

1) Create a new 'MapPrinterViewModel' class

2) Add two properties of type IEnumerable (lets say Graphics1 and Graphics2)

3) Initialize the MapPrinter.DataContext with an instance of this class

4) When it's ready, initialize Graphics1 and Graphics2 with the list of graphics that you want to see in your datagrid 1 and 2.

5) In your MapPrinter control template, bind the ItemsSource of your 2 datagrids to these 2 properties.

For Detail explanation check out ESRI forum link

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up vote 1 down vote accepted

Eventually i found a good video about advanced topics including [printing map]

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