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I am writing an application using VC++1.52.  I need to print some reports in lanscape and some reports in portrait.  Is it possible to change the oritentation on the fly without any user intervention?

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Yes, you can modify the DEVMODE structure to force the orientation to be either landscape or portrait. If you are using PrintDlg to get the printer dialog settings, then the PRINTDLG structure that is returned has the DEVMODE structure embedded.
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