troubleshooting Question

get network printer information using powershell command.

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I am using the following command to get printers information on my print server.

Get-WmiObject win32_printer -computer PRINTSVR1 | ? { $_.type -ne 1 } | sort name | ConvertTo-html -prop Name,DriverName,PortName,Location > c:\printsvr1.html

It works.  However, I am trying to make the output in excel format.  How do I tweak that command to do that?

Please advise.  


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