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Hi,

I am using a CHtmlView class to render an html file.

I'd like to take a screen shot of the html file and save it as a bitmap. Is there anyway to do that directly inside my application? I can't just save the window dc contents as it will probably be clipping most of the page content.

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perfect thanks.
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