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We need serious help here! Appreciate any technical advise and sample codes.

We are facing the same problem. My programmers are struggling for weeks to try to understand how to format and print a report in MFC (C++)? It is so simple in JAVA. Why is the MFC environment technically so difficult to format and print a report, which is the most common things (output a formatted report) that an application wants to do. It seems that each and every developer have to construct their own codes to format & print a report in MFC C++.

Is there any relevant sample code (formatting and printing a report) that can be downloaded and modified?
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