How can I monitor who is printing on a printer?

I am running a Windows 2000 domain, consisting of NT, 2000, and xp workstations. We have several network printers and I was wondering if there is a way to log who prints how many pages? Does Windows have some sort of log? Is there any freeware or inexpensive software that does this?
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Lee W, MVPTechnology and Business Process AdvisorCommented:
Assuming you have your printers served by a print server, look in the Application log.  It records this information.
Print Logger 2.4.1 - Know what documents you print, when and where you print them.
This tool records each completed print job in a special log file. The log file can be viewed,
sorted, and imported into your favorite spreadsheet or word processor.

Best of all - it's absolutely free - freeware!!!!!  <---- here is the link


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