1. specify your font size in points and convert to pixels
separately for each HDC (printer & screen):
2. make sure you have LOGFONT set up correctly, so that
rotation is consistent:
If you don't do this, the rotation of the font may be different
for printer & screen, depending on the font. Read the
documentation for further details.
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Airborne Geophysics, Geological Survey of Canada, Ottawa
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I am trying to use Print Preview in an MFC app to display a graphic image
(drawn via GDI calls). The image is being drawn correctly but it is _very_
small (the problem).
What do I need to do to get the image to fill the print preview sheet?
I suspect that I have to do some type of conversion from screen resolution
to printer resolution before drawning the image in preview (as well as
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