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It should've already come with highlighting but here's how you change it:
->Go to Tools
->Scroll down to options
->Go all the way to the right(you'll have to scroll) and select the format tab.
->Now just change the colors, fonts, etc.

[edit] Sorry, I misread your post. I don't think you can print it with color . Sorry again.

/*
I use DirectX 8.1 and C++ (Microsoft Visual C++ 6.0 Professional edition)
*/

[edited by - Programmer16 on March 6, 2004 1:07:31 PM]

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I think there''s a plug-in you can purchase to enable color printing. If you don''t want to do that, you can run a source highlighter over the cpp/h files to get syntax highlighted html or rtf and print that. One example is Source-highlight.

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If you want something that can print in color, I recommend TextPad. It comes with many syntax definitions (for syn hiliting) for tons of stuff like C/C++, PHP, HTML, Java, blah, blah, and blah, and you can make your own too.





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if you want it the dev-c++ ide can import vc++ projects and print the whole project to seperate html or rtf pages with highlighting and correct colors.

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