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Making the buttons invisible when printing a form in VC++.NET

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I remember reading somewhere in this site an explanation as to how to hide the buttons from being printed when printing a VC++.NET form. It had something to do with changing properties of the button, if I remember correctly. I can’t find, however, where I read that and would appreciate it if someone could tell me exactly what property of the button is to be changed to render it invisible when printing the form. Thanks in advance.
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This is the link I was looking for but I wonder if it applies to Visual Studio .NET:

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Programming_Languages/Dot_Net/VisualC_PLUS_PLUS_DOT_NET/Q_21090604.html

I can't find that property of the button there, though.
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