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How can I be prompted by my computer to choose between my 2 printers.

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I have a PC running W2K pro which is part of a small office network.   This PC shares an office printer with 4 others.  I've hooked up an HP 1300 directly to it and I want to have the PC prompt me with a choice of the 2 printers I want to use for the print job....How can I do this..??
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You can probably achieve it using a VB script, but you may want to try the Programming forum instead of Printers
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wyliecoyoteuk earned 100 total points
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If printing from word, for example, just use the file menu >print, instead of clicking the printer icon.
and then select the relevant printer from the drop down box in the print dialog.
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