Printing line-by-line without a Document/View framework.
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Generic printing class (and how to print a list control content)
How to implement WYSISYG text output on different devices and in different resolution (looks the same on screen and on paper).
This is a very easy example showing how to print a long CString buffer (CStringList ) on several pages and how to get the Print Preview to work properly.
Printing is easy from a Web application. Spooling print output to a file is a different story.
Class that provides several enhancements over standard MFC doc/view print preview
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