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Receipt Reports VB.NET Project


Creating receipts or report sheets using projects in Visual Studio is quite difficult to do. This is because only a few developers discuss this issue, even though the need to make receipts or report sheets is very important to use even at small and medium-level businesses.

The developers of the programs in very rarely discuss it which results in very few sources of code that we can get and also a little to get references on how to make a good receipt or report sheet using Visual Studio.

Here we will share the code and also the Project receipt or report sheet using and also accompanied by a barcode and header with images. This receipt or report sheet is very valuable, especially if it is used for stores or retail, because the receipt or report sheet is closely related to proof of purchase and sale.

The lack of resources available to get the best code for creating a program for receipts or this report sheet makes developers have few references. Therefore you can develop the code that we provide to be even better in the future.

To be able to open this Project receipt or report sheet, you must at least install visual studio version 2019, and also for Project to run perfectly you can add a barcode library that you can also get on this site. To install barcode library you can follow the following video guide please click Here.

Receipt or report sheet project using and Visual Studio has a size of approximately 1 MB, you can open it using Visual Studio 2019, Then you can also download the barcode library but we have made it also in the Project file that you can install later so you don’t have to be confused looking for it.

You can only use Visual Studio 2019 and above and also windows operating system to be able to open this Project receipt or report sheet properly. If you find it difficult how to open Project, you can ask through the comments below. You can download the complete project on the server we provide below


Imports System.Drawing.Printing
Public Class Form1
    Dim WithEvents PD As New PrintDocument
    Dim PPD As New PrintPreviewDialog
    Dim longpaper As Integer
    Sub changelongpaper()
        Dim rowcount As Integer
        longpaper = 0
        rowcount = DataGridView1.Rows.Count
        longpaper = rowcount * 15
        longpaper = longpaper + 240
    End Sub
    Private Sub BTPRINT_Click(sender As Object, e As EventArgs) Handles BTPRINT.Click
        PPD.Document = PD
        'PD.Print()  'Direct Print
    End Sub

    Private Sub PD_BeginPrint(sender As Object, e As PrintEventArgs) Handles PD.BeginPrint
        Dim pagesetup As New PageSettings
        pagesetup.PaperSize = New PaperSize("Custom", 250, 500) 'fixed size
        'pagesetup.PaperSize = New PaperSize("Custom", 250, longpaper)
        PD.DefaultPageSettings = pagesetup
    End Sub

    Private Sub PD_PrintPage(sender As Object, e As PrintPageEventArgs) Handles PD.PrintPage
        Dim f8 As New Font("Calibri", 8, FontStyle.Regular)
        Dim f10 As New Font("Calibri", 10, FontStyle.Regular)
        Dim f10b As New Font("Calibri", 10, FontStyle.Bold)
        Dim f14 As New Font("Calibri", 14, FontStyle.Bold)

        Dim leftmargin As Integer = PD.DefaultPageSettings.Margins.Left
        Dim centermargin As Integer = PD.DefaultPageSettings.PaperSize.Width / 2
        Dim rightmargin As Integer = PD.DefaultPageSettings.PaperSize.Width

        'font alignment
        Dim right As New StringFormat
        Dim center As New StringFormat

        right.Alignment = StringAlignment.Far
        center.Alignment = StringAlignment.Center

        Dim line As String
        line = "****************************************************************"

        'range from top
        Dim logoImage As Image = My.Resources.ResourceManager.GetObject("logo")
        e.Graphics.DrawImage(logoImage, CInt((e.PageBounds.Width - 150) / 2), 5, 150, 35)

        'e.Graphics.DrawImage(logoImage, 0, 250, 150, 50)
        'e.Graphics.DrawImage(logoImage, CInt((e.PageBounds.Width - logoImage.Width) / 2), CInt((e.PageBounds.Height - logoImage.Height) / 2), logoImage.Width, logoImage.Height)

        'e.Graphics.DrawString("Store :", f14, Brushes.Black, centermargin, 5, center)
        e.Graphics.DrawString("New York Street 15 Avenue", f10, Brushes.Black, centermargin, 40, center)
        e.Graphics.DrawString("Tel +1763545473", f10, Brushes.Black, centermargin, 55, center)

        e.Graphics.DrawString("Invoice ID", f8, Brushes.Black, 0, 75)
        e.Graphics.DrawString(":", f8, Brushes.Black, 50, 75)
        e.Graphics.DrawString("DRW8555RE", f8, Brushes.Black, 70, 75)

        e.Graphics.DrawString("Cashier", f8, Brushes.Black, 0, 85)
        e.Graphics.DrawString(":", f8, Brushes.Black, 50, 85)
        e.Graphics.DrawString("Steve Jobs", f8, Brushes.Black, 70, 85)

        e.Graphics.DrawString("08/17/2021 | 15.34", f8, Brushes.Black, 0, 95)
        e.Graphics.DrawString("Qty", f8, Brushes.Black, 0, 110)
        e.Graphics.DrawString("Item", f8, Brushes.Black, 25, 110)
        e.Graphics.DrawString("Price", f8, Brushes.Black, 180, 110, right)
        e.Graphics.DrawString("Total", f8, Brushes.Black, rightmargin, 110, right)
        e.Graphics.DrawString(line, f8, Brushes.Black, 0, 120)

        Dim height As Integer 'DGV Position
        Dim i As Long
        DataGridView1.AllowUserToAddRows = False
        'If DataGridView1.CurrentCell.Value Is Nothing Then
        '    Exit Sub
        For row As Integer = 0 To DataGridView1.RowCount - 1
            height += 15
            e.Graphics.DrawString(DataGridView1.Rows(row).Cells(1).Value.ToString, f8, Brushes.Black, 0, 115 + height)
            e.Graphics.DrawString(DataGridView1.Rows(row).Cells(0).Value.ToString, f8, Brushes.Black, 25, 115 + height)
            i = DataGridView1.Rows(row).Cells(2).Value
            DataGridView1.Rows(row).Cells(2).Value = Format(i, "##,##0")
            e.Graphics.DrawString(DataGridView1.Rows(row).Cells(2).Value.ToString, f8, Brushes.Black, 180, 115 + height, right)

            Dim totalprice As Long
            totalprice = Val(DataGridView1.Rows(row).Cells(1).Value * DataGridView1.Rows(row).Cells(2).Value)
            e.Graphics.DrawString(totalprice.ToString("##,##0"), f8, Brushes.Black, rightmargin, 115 + height, right)

        'End If

        Dim height2 As Integer
        height2 = 145 + height
        sumprice() 'call sub
        e.Graphics.DrawString(line, f8, Brushes.Black, 0, height2)
        e.Graphics.DrawString("Total: " & Format(t_price, "##,##0"), f10b, Brushes.Black, rightmargin, 10 + height2, right)
        e.Graphics.DrawString(t_qty, f10b, Brushes.Black, 0, 10 + height2)
        Dim gbarcode As New MessagingToolkit.Barcode.BarcodeEncoder
            Dim barcodeimage As Image
            barcodeimage = New Bitmap(gbarcode.Encode(MessagingToolkit.Barcode.BarcodeFormat.Code128, "DRW8555RE"))
            e.Graphics.DrawImage(barcodeimage, CInt((e.PageBounds.Width - 150) / 2), 35 + height2, 150, 35)
        Catch ex As Exception
        End Try
        e.Graphics.DrawString("~ Thanks for shopping ~", f10, Brushes.Black, centermargin, 70 + height2, center)
        e.Graphics.DrawString("~ Nosware Store ~", f10, Brushes.Black, centermargin, 85 + height2, center)
    End Sub
    Dim t_price As Long
    Dim t_qty As Long
    Sub sumprice()
        Dim countprice As Long = 0
        For rowitem As Long = 0 To DataGridView1.RowCount - 1
            countprice = countprice + Val(DataGridView1.Rows(rowitem).Cells(2).Value * DataGridView1.Rows(rowitem).Cells(1).Value)
        t_price = countprice
        Dim countqty As Long = 0
        For rowitem As Long = 0 To DataGridView1.RowCount - 1
            countqty = countqty + DataGridView1.Rows(rowitem).Cells(1).Value
        t_qty = countqty
    End Sub
    Private Sub BTREFRESH_Click(sender As Object, e As EventArgs) Handles BTREFRESH.Click
        DataGridView1.AllowUserToAddRows = True
    End Sub
End Class

Receipt Reports VB.NET Project Download

Size: ±1 MB
IDE: Visual Studio 2019 or above
OS: Windows 8/10/11 or above

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