If your DOS programme can print to a file, DOSPRINTER allows you to print to any WINDOWS printer. You can print to network printers, USB printers, and even all the latest printers that have "Windows Only" written all over them!
You can even FAX directly from DOS !!
DOSPRINTER is a little programme that sits in the system tray and monitors for the presence of a certain text file. If that file exists, DOSPRINTER opens the file and prints it using WINDOWS mechanisms to any WINDOWS printer that you specify. It acts just like a "virtual printer driver".
+ everything is converted to courier font as all your columns line up.
+ EPSON escape codes are used to convert condensed characters to a smaller font
+ those pesky double lines that seem to turn up as Italic E's and similar characters are converted to their nearest courier equivalent.