When viewing a C/C++ source file within Atmel Studio you can press CTRL-P to print it.
I would like to insert form feeds (page ejects) such that a new print page is started at those points in the code listing.
No method I have tried (inserting \f, etc.) has worked. Every web search I have done turns up the (much more common) case of inserting form feeds in output generated by the program (I know how to do that), not a program listing.
Can this be done? Perhaps a "#" command I'm unaware of?
It needs to be something that the compiler either considers valid (i.e.: a recognized page eject command) or something it considers "White Space" (I tried \f and 0x0C without success) and causes the "print" function to pass through to the printed output as a page eject.