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Posted on 1998-08-04
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Since there is a lot of drawing that has been done in the OnDraw in pixels .I am mapping the printer pixels to scale the figure in the Ondraw. It draws the lines and fonts but for some reason it ignores the bitmap how to sclale the bitmaps on the screen ????
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This is basically how I do it.  You may want to try a version of this...

CYourView::PrintThisPage( )
{
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   CDC*     pTempDC     = new CDC;
   CBitmap* pForteLogo  = new CBitmap;
   
   pForteLogo->LoadBitmap( IDB_FORTE_IMAGE );
   pTempDC   ->CreateCompatibleDC( pDC );
   
   CBitmap* pOldBitmap  = pTempDC->SelectObject( pForteLogo );
   pDC->StretchBlt( 9000, -8000, 1775, -1775, pTempDC, 0, 0, 355, 355, SRCCOPY );
   
   pTempDC->SelectObject( pOldBitmap );
   pOldBitmap->DeleteObject( );
   
   delete pForteLogo;
   delete pTempDC;
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}

Phillip
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To help you out a bit, I kind of need to tell you how I computed some of these numbers.  I'm using pDC->SetMapMode( MM_TWIPS ) for my scaling.  The numbers that you see, 9000, 1775 are positions on the paper (I use floats) that are multiplied by 1440.  The negative positions: -8000, -1775 are because Y is inverted.  You have to display Y in negatives to print on the screen.

Phillip
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