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is there an API call to check for the existence of a print driver?
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by:sruel
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I don't know for API but you can try with the VB object called "Printer" by checking at "Printer.DeviceName".

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This will list the valid printer drivers and printers to the debug window:


Dim x As Printer
For Each x In Printers
    Debug.Print "Driver: " & x.DriverName & "    Printer:" & x.DeviceName
Next


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Thanks for the points! Glad I could help!


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