ok thanks i thought so but wasn't sure. they asked me to make a change to a
good printer.

On Sun, Nov 29, 2015 at 12:35 PM, Glenn Gundermann <
glenn.gundermann@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Depending on what you mean exactly...

DSPUSRPRF will show you what is set for the user profile.

DSPJOB will show you the current values, in case the initial program
changed the values.

Glenn

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Subject: printer per user

How to see which printer a user has as their default?
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