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What is the command for networking printer for foxpro in dos ?

Pl. advice me how print in foxpro by networking printer ?

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    pl. give the solution at your earliest

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    could u please explain in brief regarding your issue/concern

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You can do this thru printer maping
try this DOS command
net use LPT1 \\computer name\printer

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