Printing in windows from foxpro Tags: Drivers Hewlett Packard Laserjet Printers Windows 7 Last response: June 7, 2010 11:37 AM in Windows 7 Share Anonymous a b \ Driver a b α HP a b $ Windows 7 June 6, 2010 1:49:16 PM Hello, I have some utilities written in foxpro 2.5 and working fine with dotmatrix printer connected to LPT port. How can I print the same set using a Laserjet printer HP laserjet 1020, connected in USB port. With thanks SKS More about : printing windows foxpro Gandalf a b \ Driver a b $ Windows 7 June 7, 2010 11:37:36 AM Change your default printer from the dotmatrix to the Laserjet. This is assuming you have your Laserjet printer as an available printer for your computer. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Run 32 Bit FoxPro application in 64 Bit Windows7 Forum SolvedLexmark Z700-P700 printing problems with Windows 7 Forum upgraded to windows 7 now pdf graphics not printing like they use to Forum How can I enlarge photos before printing on windows 7? Forum SolvedDos printing problems with windows xp os Forum SolvedPrinting on USB ports with Windows XP Forum Problem: Printing wirelessly from Windows 8 desktop to a printer connected wired to a windows XP desktop Forum Windows 7 printing through shared printer on Mac OS X issues Forum Photo printing apps for windows 7 Forum [Windows Server 2003] Printing Closes Programs Forum Having trouble printing from the internet while using Windows 7 Forum Photo printing programs for windows xp Forum Why does windows xp reboot while printing Forum Network printer not printing in windows xp Forum Printing PDF files in windows 7 Forum Printing dbase 3 to windows xp usb printer Forum Photo printing wizard windows xp Forum My printer is not printing while install correctly in windows 7 Forum Hp deskjet 1280 series full printing driver for windows 7 Forum Printing more than one picture at a time with windows 7 photo wizard Forum More resources Read discussions in other Windows 7 categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Laptops !