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Randor 27-Oct-09 23:37
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Hi Abraham,

You should have a look at the following Microsoft help and support article:

How to programmatically print to a non-default printer in MFC[^]

If you want to use the default printer instead of what is in the example have a look at one of my old posts from 2007 which has an OpenDefaultPrinter function.

http://www.codeproject.com/Messages/2163627/Re-programmatically-check-current-or-selected-prin.aspx[^]

Best Wishes,
-David Delaune
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