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Powershell 2.0 Out-Printer, how to change line width?

Posted on 2012-03-24
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When I send output to Out-Printer in PowerShell the font is very small and all the lines are wrapped after 80 characters.
How do I tell Out-Printer to use a larger font and a line width of 120 characters?
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Hi

You can't format the output if you send something directly from PS console. There are ways around it if you if you print it from a file/program like word.

Example:
http://www.techtalkz.com/microsoft-windows-powershell/417175-ps-printing.html
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