Finding the date and version of a printer driver

For an HP Laserjet 2200D on an XP Pro box I'm trying to find the version number and date for the printer driver. Short of downloading MS 2003 Server Kit, is there a quick way to do that?
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Possibly from programs->HP there is either a Printer Assistant utility or something similar that will let you do a driver update. On that screen it should tell you what the current driver is.
Start | Settings | Printers and Faxes. Go to the File Menu. Select Server Properties. Select the Drivers tab. Select the printer you need information about. Once again select Properties. You should get a list of the files required by this printer. For each .DLL or .EXE, highlight it and  . . . select Properties. Select the Version tab to get information on  . . . the Version.

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