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Print Management Software

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PRINTING SOLUTIONS FOR SMART PHONES

I was asked by a customer about what printing solution would I recommend for smart phones such as Ipad and Android. I told him none of them. He was shocked. I basically explained that currently there is not set standard … Continue reading

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PRINT MANAGEMENT SNAPIN

PRINT MANAGEMENT SNAPIN PRINT MANAGEMENT SNAPIN — NEED TO KNOW PRINT MANAGEMENT SNAPIN — INSTALLPRINT MANAGEMENT SNAPIN — REMOTE PRINTERSPRINT MANAGEMENT SNAPIN — BIBLE

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A NOTE ON WINDOWS SERVER AND PRINT DRIVERS

It is very possible for windows print drivers to crash windows server. Beware when sharing print drivers on servers or putting any print drivers on servers. The server may just be stressed to the point that one more thing can … Continue reading

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PRINT SCREEN OR SCREEN CAPTURE

INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW TO USE PRINT SCREEN IN WINDOWS To do a print screen in windows you have two choices. PRINT SCREEN for the entire screen or ALT PRINT SCREEN for the active window. Now both will make a copy … Continue reading

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PCL VS POSTSCRIPT

PCL vs Postscript For text and charts PCL is okay, but it is like a poor-mans printer language. Photos will not be as sharp, it is not terribly high resolution. You cannot specify halftones other than fine, medium or coarse, … Continue reading

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