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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Jun 2006

    [RESOLVED] Page breaks in Visual C++ printouts

    As a teacher of courses using Visual C++ within
    Visual Studio (2005 starting this fall) I want to
    be able to choose the position of page breaks
    when code is printed out and have students do
    the same. Either this is not possible from within
    Visual Studio .NET's Visual C++ or I'm missing
    something. I've asked about this at various
    Microsoft seminars and a typical response is
    "Who ever prints out code anymore?" Well ...
    Can anyone tell me what I'm missing, why this
    is not possible and if not will it ever be, or if
    there's some workaround short of loading one's
    code into some other program that can do page
    breaks? I hope the answer is embarrassing
    (to me) since it seems bizarre that a product like
    Visual Studio would (still) not permit this.

  2. #2
    Join Date
    May 2006

    Re: Page breaks in Visual C++ printouts

    Unfortunately this feature does not exist. It should not be tough to develop it as a 3rd part add-in, though. So it may be a future project for one of your students

    Tarek Madkour
    Lead Program Manager
    Microsoft Visual C++
    Tarek Madkour
    Lead Program Manager
    Microsoft Visual C++

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