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About Printer !!!!

Posted on 1999-06-21
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Last Modified: 2010-04-27
I'd like to know is there any file that will change when the user press "print" in any of the prgrams in windows? If so, what file is it. OR any thing that we can see how many page that the user has been printer from the last operation?
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There is no file or record that will tell you how many pages the last print job was for or what was in that print job. You may be able to find an aftermarket program that will keep track for you but Windows does not have such an animal

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