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I´m a newbie in MFC and I would like some help in printing a CFormView. In my CFormView I´ve got three editboxes, two of them are singlelined and the third are Multilined, with Enter and Tab key working as they should. Now the question I´ve gor are how do I print whats on the screen, is it possible to print exactly whats shows on the screen. I would like the code written out please.....
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I´m sorry I didn´t make my self clear enough, I wnat to print ONLY what shows in my editboxes I don´t want the form printed out.
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I´m sorry I didn´t make my self clear enough, I want to print ONLY what shows in my editboxes I don´t want the form printed out.
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Call CWnd::Print on the editboxes (CEdit is derived from CWnd) with the printer DC.
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Maybe you can help me with the code I´m not so good at MFC yet. Where and how do I write the code??
Thanx...
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Sorry, I don't have enough time to write code for you and I don't have readymade code too.

>Where and how do I write the code??
It is up to you to put it anywhere. Look into the documentation for CWnd::Print. That's not too difficult.
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Alright thanx anyway.....
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