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Print problem/ Access OnDraw(CDC* pDC) method

Hello,
i have a little logic understanding problem with an third partie control I use. I bought a suite of controls (Codejock) and use a HexEditor of this collecttion. Now I tried to print out the content of the control to a printer. No success with all methods I know.

Ok, I asked the support of this company and what I get pack from them is:

"You can call its OnDraw(CDC* pDC) method to draw it"

Hmm...i really do not understand what this guy means. Cause the OnDraw of the control is protected, so how to access this from my dialog class?

Can someone help me here?

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Ocrana
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Jaime OlivaresSoftware ArchitectCommented:
OnDraw will print an image of the control, but not the full hex contents. Is that what you want?.
You can print the hex contents as a text, ignoring all the graphical stuff.
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OcranaAuthor Commented:
Hi,

what I want is to print the Content of the HExview as shown in the control. Means the same formating. This is impossible to see the content of the datablocks. In some cases we need to print them out. But the control do not offer any method to receive the data, the only thing I can get is the raw buffer I give to the hexedit. But this will nt help me out cause I do not have the adresses and not the ASCII view.
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OcranaAuthor Commented:
sorry again;)

what I want is to print the Content of the HexEdit as shown in the control. Means the same formating. This is needed to see the content of the datablocks and the Ascii on the paper
But the control do not offer any method to receive the data, the only thing I can get is the raw buffer I give the hexedit. But this will not help me out cause I do not have the adresses and not the ASCII view.
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