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Q: Printing to Multiple Printers at the same time ( Answered,   1 Comment )
Subject: Printing to Multiple Printers at the same time
Category: Computers > Software
Asked by: jasonlseward-ga
List Price: $10.00
Posted: 27 Dec 2005 20:49 PST
Expires: 26 Jan 2006 20:49 PST
Question ID: 610328
I need to know how to print to multiple network printers at the same
time.  The printers are on a Win2003 network and the print jobs will
be comming from a WinXP box.  I CAN currently print to each of these
printers one at a time and this is currently the best way to send
interoffice memos.  However, this would be much better if I could
print to multiple printer simultaneously
Subject: Re: Printing to Multiple Printers at the same time
Answered By: tisme-ga on 27 Dec 2005 21:14 PST
Hello jasonlseward,

There is not a standard service within Windows available that will let
you do this. It is possible however to use a third party application.
I have listed several of these, many that come with a free trial:

Solution 1: LEADTOOLS ePrint:
Here is the specific feature in this application that you need:
Download a 30 day trial here:

Solution 2: INTELLIscribe:
The specific feature is discussed here: (This one might need
ip addresses printers) but you can try out the trial here:

Solution 3: Print Distributor
"Flexible actions allow you to send copies of prints to as many
locations as you require."
Free Trial:

Solution 4: PrintRush:
"Can print to multiple printers across the LAN or WAN."

I hope this helps! Please let me know if you require further research
or clarification.

All the best,


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Subject: Re: Printing to Multiple Printers at the same time
From: misatwork-ga on 08 Feb 2006 08:47 PST
I use an aplication that let me design all the form that we print
(invoices, PO's, checks, etc...)
Then, with those forms, I can sent them to multiple printer, to fax,
email and archive as PDf on the server...

If you do any manipulation of the paper, this will automize and
eliminate a lot of no value added operation...

It's PlanetPress Suite... I've been using it for more then 10 years
and it works great...

If you need more info, let me know...


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