setting a printer as default

Posted on 1998-08-17
Last Modified: 2013-12-03
How do you set a printer to be the default printer?  I have been trying to do it using AddPrinter() and in the PRINTER_INFO_2 struct I set the attributes to PRINTER_ATTRIBUTE_DEFAULT, but when I do this, I get the message  "No default printer selected." from MS Works,
Can anyone help?
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trestan earned 200 total points
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Please have a look at this KB article:
Hope it help.

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