Print in Color
Microsoft Visual C++ 6.0
users now have the option to print code in color. Make your code easier to read.
Printing in color is available for all languages.
Visual Assist X parses the printed selection apart from its original source. Context for symbols in is determined only from the printed selection. If you print a small segment of code, it is possible Visual Assist X cannot determine the context of all symbols and hence, not color them properly.
Microsoft Visual Studio
Color printing is a built-in feature of Microsoft Visual Studio
and Visual Assist X does not enhance the feature. Hence, printing from Microsoft Visual Studio
utilizes only in the default colors of the IDE. Enhanced syntax colors
do not appear.
Enable printing in color in the Visual Assist X options dialog