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Sends a PRN file (generated by printing to a printer with its port marked as FILE) to any printer installed on the system this software is run on. Great if you want to print something from a system with no physical printer attached or network printer available, print to a file (PRN), sneaker-net that file to a computer with the printer actually available and send the file to it. For instance, if your office has a killer laser printer you'd like to print your resume on, but you don't want to use your work PC to create and print the resume, install the drivers for that laser printer on your home computer, set the port (under properties ports) to File, print to it (it will create a file), put that on a thumbdrive, take it to work, run this program and point it to the printer you want and the file you created, and just like you printed it from the document editor.Version 0.0.2 is updated the description to clarify the purpose of this software. I've added an icon like someone asked for. Also, please note that this software requires the VB6 runtime files.
License Free
File Size 6.33 kB
Version 0.0.2
Operating System Windows XP Windows NT Windows Windows 2000
System Requirements Windows NT/2000/XP
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