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If you wanted to add a capability to integrate documents from any Windows application into your product then you would have to look for virtual printer. Virtual printers are able to receive document from the printer as an image file.
On your computer, virtual printer appears as a usual printer in the "Printers" list. You can change its properties: paper size, orientation, resolution, etc. End-users of your product only need to print their documents "with" a virtual printer and you can get these documents as image files (BMP or EMF) in your Visual Basic, Visual C++ or Delphi application.
We have over 3 years of experience in developing drivers for the virtual printers and we can develop a custom driver that will satisfy your needs. The emfprinterexample.exe file l is the demo example of such a virtual printer. It will demonstrate you the full capabilities of our virtual printer driver technology.

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