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Line wrap test in Printpage event

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Does anyone know how I can calculate if a line that is about to print
during the PrintPage event of the PrintDocument is too long for the
page? I know the margins and the page width, and I've tried using the
CreateGraphics.MeasureString method to return the size of the string
that is about to print but the size being returned is often not what I
would expect (e.g., it is smaller than the page width often when I
expect it to be larger). Has anyone else successfully dealt with
testing this scenario and, if so, can you give me some hints on what I
am missing? I am using VisualStudio 2005.

Thanks...

Apr 4 '06 #1
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