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Printer Job Replication

I want any given job to be printed on two different printer on the same network. I am  a S/W consultant i dont know much about this please answer to this ASP as i am in my customer place in Kenya.
nagaraj@vwbesol.com
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vikiingCommented:
As a rule, any software which allows printing lets you specify the printer where you want to print; thus, you must activate TWO printing jobs: one for one printer and one for the other. That's so mainly because printers will surely be different, and each one is handled in it's own way.


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jrhelgesonCommented:
This question has been dormant since 1-15-1999, Are you still interested in this issue or should this question be archived?
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