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MDI and print

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As I have a MDI application, I have several views for it, but none of them has a specific menu, they all are called by the main menu. I would like to print the view when they are active. How could I associate the print command to the active view?

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Implement a command message handle for ID_FILE_PRINT within your view class (with ClassWizard).
In this handler function implement your code for printing the view.
If you have static splitter with different view classes, you must implement a ID_FILE_PRINT handler for each of your view classes.

hope that helps,

ZOPPO
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But if there some way to print all the windows in the spliter window without selecting the window with mouse. Because when I have a spliter window it seems to the user that both of them are active.
And how could I print a formView implemented with dialog resource.


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