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I am writing an app using MFC and I want to know how to do a printScreen command that prints a full screen shot directly to the printer without any dialogs appearing.
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You'll need to create a screen DC and a printer DC. If the printer has the proper flags (most important being supporting bitmaps over 64K), then you can do a BitBlt from the screen to the printer.

Otherwise, you'll need to do it in bands.
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