I am trying to get a full document (that goes beyond the length of the window) and store the document as a bitmap so that I can send it to a device context. My end goal is to be able to print the document so it looks the same no matter the size or shape of the window containing the document.
You need to create a memory device context. Create a bitmap of the necessary size and select it into the memory DC. and draw the document into the memory device context.
Do you know any of these steps?
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