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Print orientation switching

Posted on 1997-04-04
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I have no trouble changing between Landscape and Portriat modes before a print job. What I can not do is switch on a page by page basis without calling ENDDOC. I have tried every trick I can think of. I use MM_ANSIOTROPIC mapping modes and call the API directly for printing. No MFC classes are used except for CPrintDialog to get a printer display context.
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I have my old (16 bit) code that does that (and more, for example change paper size or paper bin on page by page basis). If you want me to dig into this code and send it to you please adjust to 200 point and (optionally) give me your e-mail address for more convinient discusstion.

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