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    [VB2005] PrinterQueueWatch.NET printer monitoring component

    The printer monitoring component - monitors one or more printers and responds to jobs being added/deleted/changed etc and changes to the printer settings etc. Also has classes to wrap up all the printer related stuff that is missing from the .Net framework.
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    Re: [VB2005] PrinterQueueWatch.NET printer monitoring component

    Use in a full application example in this CodePlex project...

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    Re: [VB2005] PrinterQueueWatch.NET printer monitoring component

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