Print Scheduler

  daba 22:08 26 Feb 05
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Does anybody know how to print something on a scheduled basis.

I ask because my Epson printer doesn't like to be left for a long time, it starts to sulk, and goes into "It's my ink and your not having it !" mode.

Maybe this could be done with vba in Excel or similar, using Windows task manager ?

Or is there a utility around ?

  daba 23:06 26 Feb 05

Realised you could put a .xls in the task schedule, and a simple vba print sheet command in Workbook.Open was all that was needed.

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