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Hello World!

I have an MDI application that implements a tree structure showing some data, the lines of the tree are shown on screen using a CTreeCtrlEx class that allows the branches of the tree to be expanded and collapsed.

My problem is that when I try to print the window, it does two things..

1) it only seems to print the current "clipped" view of the tree.
2) it prints it really really really really small... about a 3/4 inch tall for about 30 lines of text...

I guess what I need to do is to override the print so that I can print my tree on many pages... How do I go about this?

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I am not very much sure about your query but may be following is helpful to your purpose :

A Print Enabled Tree View : http://www.codeguru.com/Cpp/controls/treeview/misc-advanced/article.php/c687

A Print Enabled Tree Control : http://www.codeguru.com/Cpp/controls/treeview/classes/article.php/c641

-MAHESH
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