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Using GDI to draw to a bitmap offscreen

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Anyone know or have any links to an example of drawing, with GDI, to the backbuffer and then saving this directly to a bitmap.

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May be this can help you:
"Bitmap Basics - A GDI tutorial"
http://www.codeproject.com/KB/graphics/gditutorial.aspx
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I've already looked at this and it does not cover drawing to the buffer or saving bitmaps.
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