Save Each PreparedPage to Individual Pdf with Specific Name From Each Page

  my customised code was written with great help from dear friend ipong;

 FastReport.Preview.PreparedPages prpPages = Report.PreparedPages;

   int pageCount = prpPages.Count;

   for (int i = 0; i < pageCount; i++)


    ReportPage objPage = prpPages.GetPage(i);   

    TableCell StudentCode_cell=(TableCell)objPage.FindObject("Cell64");

    TableCell StudentName_cell=(TableCell)objPage.FindObject("Cell55");


    using (FastReport.Report reportExport = new FastReport.Report())


     using (MemoryStream stream = new MemoryStream())



      stream.Position = 0;


      for (int j = pageCount - 1; j >= 0; j--)


       if (j != i)



      using (FastReport.Export.Pdf.PDFExport pdf = new FastReport.Export.Pdf.PDFExport())


       pdf.ShowProgress = true;


       pdf.EmbeddingFonts = true;

       pdf.Compressed = true;

       pdf.AllowPrint = true;

       pdf.Export(reportExport,"d:\\"+ StudentCode_cell.Text+StudentName_cell.Text+".pdf");





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