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Using win32 API to determine printer type...

Using win32 API to determine printer type...

Using win32 API to determine printer type...

(OP)
Hello everyone,

is there a win32 API that would determine the printer
type such as if its a laser printer or a dotmatrix?

thanks for the help.

RE: Using win32 API to determine printer type...

Take a look at GetDeviceCaps



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