David Nettles wrote:

>can get rid of msdlc and ns if you don't want printer emulation ... 
>been trying for months to make my 400 printouts print the same on pc 
>as 400 ... sure do miss the good old 16 bit rumba on pcs, it blew ca 
>away on printer emulation. I'm beginning to thing that the CA 
>printer emulation and the CA drivers to use 400 printers were all 
>in CA as a cruel joke. ha ha very funny, now how do i really use a 
>stinking printer ...
 If you have a printer on the network that supports IP (e.g. some HP 
 IV's), you can configure an output queue on the AS/400 which will send to 
 the printer (no emulation needed).  Works great (after a few tweeks). 
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