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Printing ...

.... from Windows to pinwritter is so slow.
It's probably because it's printed as an
graphics not as ASCI chcars. Is the only way
to print faster is to create and print from
DOS applications? Is there any other way?
Jan 23 '06 #1
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Jacek,

You could try opening a stream directly to the printer, and then sending
the codes yourself. However, this solution will most definitely be
printer-specific, so I would use it with caution.

Hope this helps.
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... from Windows to pinwritter is so slow.
It's probably because it's printed as an
graphics not as ASCI chcars. Is the only way
to print faster is to create and print from
DOS applications? Is there any other way?

Jan 23 '06 #2

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