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How to print a text file in MFC?
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In your view class overload the function

OnPrint(CDC* pDC, CPrintInfo* /*pInfo*/)

you can do this in class wizard.  The pDC variable is you printer device context.  If its just simple text you can use the function

pDC->TextOut(0, 100, _T("some text"));

the first two parameters are the x and y coordinates and then the text you want to print.  The real job of printing, which is different for everyone is getting the text to come out looking like you want.  Good luck
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