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Printing a bitmap, resolution problem.

Posted on 2003-12-01
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Hi all.

I have a problem when I am trying to print a bitmap to my printer using CDC::StretchBlt method.
It seems like the printed bitmap is somehow depending on the resolution I have on my computer...1024x768 is one size and 800x600 is another size...
Is there some way to make the bitmap independent of the resolution??

/regards Jens.
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Try this link
http://www.codeproject.com/printing/printingtricksandtips.asp - Printing tips and tricks from the trenches
Good Luck
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