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I've got a CFormView were I can use the Tab-key. When I use TextOut() I only get a wierd caracter were the Tab-key was pressed. The ASCII is 9 I suppose it is the same as '\t'. Are there any easy way to get the printout to jump forward when the tab-key was pressed, so that I get the same look when I print as it looks on screen. Maybe another command???
Any suggestions would be helpfull...
Thanx...
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TextOut doesn't expand tabs. you should use TabbedTextOut().
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