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How do I print graphics in DOS?

Posted on 1998-08-12
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my printer is a Epson Stylus color 600

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You should run graphics.com (or a similiar name under old dos) to enable the graphic printing. If your graphic is drawn on screen, then use Print Screen to send it to print.
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