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Re: w32 issues

From: Vinicius Jose Latorre
Subject: Re: w32 issues
Date: Tue, 22 Jan 2008 18:43:00 -0300
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What that program does is simply give you a way of sending a file with
PostScript commands to a printer that supports PostScript.  So if a
user has a PostScript capable printer, but cannot refer to that
printer either as a port such as LPT2 or as a networked share such as
\\server\printer, then yes, such a user will be able to use that
program as a solution.
The program documentation says that it deals with LPT, PRN, USB, and network printers (\\server\printer).

Yes, of course.  What I wanted to say was that Emacs already knows how
to deal with all but the USB types.

Ok, I was thinking you were talking about the program.

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