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printing to netowrk printer from lotus 123 v2

Posted on 2006-06-01
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I have user of Lotus 123 v2 (dos based) and they would like to print to a netowrk printer. Problem is: Lotus printer config only shows local ports. How do I map the network printer to the local port?
Question by:Bartley1969
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Take a look at DOSPRN: http://www.dosprn.com/.  Not only do you have the problem of printing to a network printer, but you may have the problem of printing to a Windows printer from DOS.  This program will let you do that.
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net use lpt2 \\prtsvrnam\prtrnam
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many welcomes -lol.

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