The default print controller of .NET displays a status dialog that shows the status of the printing process like this:

'Page 5 of document'

If you want to print without such a print status dialog, you will need to use the StandardPrintController instead of the default PrintControllerWithStatusDialog. The StandardPrintController is part of the System.Drawing.Printing namespace. The following code prints the content of TX Text Control without such print status dialog:

PrintDocument printDoc = new PrintDocument();
PrintController printCtl = new StandardPrintController();
printDoc.PrintController = printCtl;


Feel free to contact me, if you have any questions or would like to discuss further printing possibilities of TX Text Control.