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Printing....

vj
Is there a difference, if a Printer is attached to LPT port or a COM port?..
do we have to do anything special from .NET routine or print to print to COM
port printers? Anybody here face such a situation like this, did something
different. This is in relation to my earlier post titled "Printing a
File..". The difference is the printer is in a COM port

Vijay
Feb 1 '06 #1
2 1057
If you are printing from windows, then dont worrie, just
use the printer drivers already installed, then your program
wont care what you are connected up to. Eg com, parrallel,
network, file.

good luck

"vj" wrote:
Is there a difference, if a Printer is attached to LPT port or a COM port?..
do we have to do anything special from .NET routine or print to print to COM
port printers? Anybody here face such a situation like this, did something
different. This is in relation to my earlier post titled "Printing a
File..". The difference is the printer is in a COM port

Vijay

Feb 2 '06 #2
vj
interesting... thanks for the input... I will post back if I find anything
more..

Vijay

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If you are printing from windows, then dont worrie, just
use the printer drivers already installed, then your program
wont care what you are connected up to. Eg com, parrallel,
network, file.

good luck

"vj" wrote:
Is there a difference, if a Printer is attached to LPT port or a COM
port?..
do we have to do anything special from .NET routine or print to print to
COM
port printers? Anybody here face such a situation like this, did
something
different. This is in relation to my earlier post titled "Printing a
File..". The difference is the printer is in a COM port

Vijay

Feb 2 '06 #3

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