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Output to LPT1 with hp jetdirect

Posted on 2004-11-11
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Last Modified: 2012-06-27
I have a programm which sent data to a labelprinter.
In the application I have 3 printers. So I use 2 jetdirect devices  and 1 printerport.
I use in my VB6 source:
open lpt1 for output as # nHandle
cLabel = "blabla"
Print #nHandle, cLabel
Close #nHandle

This works fine. But now i want connect the printer to a jetdirect. What is the best solution.
Question by:dgb
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