Are you taking about the destination choice list you get when printing?
Is that list created by what has been defined in the OS?
I don't know ,how to find out ?
When you print anything with any program, the dialog box for the print has a list of the printers the OS knows about.
Somewhere in the OS you can ask it what printers it knows about. In MS Windows, the Control Panel has an Icon for Printers. Open that will show you a list of the printers the OS knows about.
Edited by NormR1
yes ,the printer is already available in the list ,
but when I print ,there is nothing printed,or dialog arise
Can you post a small simple program that compiles, executes and shows the problem?
the problem has been overcome
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