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rtf output to printer

Posted on 1998-11-11
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I found source code for an rtf reader from microsoft's support page.  Where can I find the second half of the problem.  Source code to take the rtf from this point and print a formated document (using GDI I assume).
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You can use CRichEditCtrl to print read and print rtf.

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How would you use CRichEditCtrl  to print in "C"?
can you post some sample code.

Thanks,
Leo
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