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N up Print with WINAPI

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Which struct Should I read to learn Nup feature of printer. (for example 4 page per sheet, or 8 page per sheet)

Currently I tried DEVMODE and JOB_INFO_2. But they do not have item for Nup.

Actually Devmode has Nup item. but it specify that who will take care of Nup process.

dmNup
Specifies where the NUP is done. It can be one of the following.

Value      Meaning
DMNUP_SYSTEM      The print spooler does the NUP.
DMNUP_ONEUP      The application does the NUP.
 
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Thanks guys I found it MSDN but it is not for win32 I think.

ATTRIBUTE_INFO_4 Structure

The ATTRIBUTE_INFO_4 structure is used as a parameter for a printer interface DLL's DrvQueryJobAttributes function. All member values are function-supplied. This structure is similar to ATTRIBUTE_INFO_3, but it includes additional members to control N-up, duplex and booklet printing, and scaling.

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff545096(v=vs.85).aspx
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found it on msdn
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