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  Environment : VC++ 5.0 ,  MFC 4.0,  NT 4.0
  Question    : By OnDraw I m drawing a big picture
    using CDC :: Draw-function...s .The size of the
    picture is more than A4 size paper .
    Now I want to print the picture in A4 size paperS
    without changing the scale of the actual picture .
    i.e , I want the printout of the picture as 2D array
    of A4 size paperS .And the same I want to see in  
    print preview .  
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In your print function set DC:
1. If you are in MM_ANISOTROPIC ot MM_ISOTROPIC set dimension of view to A4 (using SetViewportExt and SetWindowExt).
2. Move coord origin in starting point you want(SetViewportOrg).
3. Call OnDraw with this modified DC
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