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Old 10-12-2014, 10:45 AM   #1
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lpr command destination


Hi,

can I use lpr command to print to another file as the destination?
 
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Yes, you can install the cups-pdf printer that creates a PDF file and saves to the destination location. It is possible to create a filter/dummy printer that will create a file in other formats but you have not provided any information. I know of no built in print to file feature.-
 
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