You must download money.h, money.cpp, apstring.h, apstring.cpp. Use #include as appropriate for the .h files. Add the .cpp files into your project, as appropriate. Some students are reporting problems using save frame as from Netscape in the labs. I do not know why this is happening, but you can still copy and paste the text from the window into a Windows notepad file.
Also, the money file gives various warnings under Visual C++ 6.0 that you can ignore. These deal with mixing float and double types. I have updated the code on October 7 to remove these warnings; you should redownload the code.
Select an active window and use ALT+PRINT SCREEN. Then paste the image into a document using Edit->Paste in the document window. Pasting into a Word document or the bitmap editor should work. You can then print the result.
Alternative answer: In the title bar of the MS-DOS window, right click, and then click Edit->Mark. Select the text in the window, and then right click, Edit->CopyEnter. You can then paste into Notepad and print the result.
Microsoft Visual C++ 6.0 Learning Edition should be more than enough. It improves on version 5.0 (I hope) and has more than enough features for you. Rumor has it that the name of this product is now "Standard Edition." The bookstore sells it for less than $50.
Some copies will be available by the end of the week (perhaps Thursday or Friday); additional copies by the end of next week. I will not be using much material from the book (I don't even have a copy of it yet) until after the Labor Day break.
PDF files can be viewed and printed using a Acrobat Reader, which is a free program available from Adobe.