Missing Entry:Printuientry in XP

Posted on 2006-04-07
Last Modified: 2007-12-19

i've used the following command successfully before (about a week ago):  rundll32 printui.dll,printuientry /? (so that i can read the help file of all of the arguments/switches).   Today i'm getting the error listed in my question title: "Error in PrintUI.dll Missing Entry:Printuientry"

I'm running XP home sp2, all the latest patches.  

Question by:cetomas
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    Accepted Solution

    PrintUIEntry is case sensitive, meaning you have to type it exactly as "PrintUIEntry" with the right upper and lowercase letters.
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    Author Comment

    Just came back to say i missed the fact that it was case sensitive....  and there was already an answer! Thanks anyways kenneniah...

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    No problem :)
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