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Sending a postscript file to a postscript HP printer from windows

Sending a postscript file to a postscript HP printer from windows

Sending a postscript file to a postscript HP printer from windows

Can someone help? I recently bought an HP LaserJet Pro 400 color m451dw printer which is postscript capable.
I have downloaded the HP universal postscript printer driver and installed it.
I used to write postscript programs back in the DOS days with no problems getting them to print.
I have 3 computers that I use. Win XP, Win 7, Win 8.1
I am having an unsuccessful time when I try to print a simple postscript program.
In the word processor that I use to create the postscript file, what extension should I save it as or doesn't it matter?
My printer port is a USB 003.
I've tried to download the print file utility but I haven't gotten it to work. Maybe I did something wrong.

Any suggestions on how to get my postscript programs to print would be greatly appreciated.
Please make any responses as detailed as possible.
Thanks, CorelDude

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