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QuestionPrinting the snapshot to the Default printer in VC++ Pin
Arun Abraham Jose27-Oct-09 23:28
Arun Abraham Jose27-Oct-09 23:28 
Hi,

I am creating a COM object in VC++ to take the snapshot of the screen (PrintScreen key functionality) and to send it to the default printer. I could get the screen shot by using the keybd_event() in to the clipboard but I could not find a proper way to print the screen to the default printer.

Can anybody help me in resolving this. Could any one send me the code snippet to do this in ATL COM application?

With Regards,

Abraham Chethuvelil

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