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Hi Experts.

I'm trying to print to a nextworked printer instead of using the parallel port.

I currently use the code: -

Open "LPT1" For Output As #1 for local printing

Is it a matter of changing this code to point to the ip address or do I need to place different code.

Many Thanks

Lee.

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A printer that is shared will have a share name. Try using "\\servername\sharename" instead of LPT1, substituting the real server name and share name. If you want to see available printers, at a command prompt type:

net view \\servername

You can also use the IP address for the server name.
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