for sharing the detail. Please note that Aspose.Words print
document pages using the standard .NET printing infrastructure.
You can load file format mentioned in following documentation link into Aspose.Words Dom and print it.
Aspose.Words does provide APIs to get the list of compatible printer drivers. However, if you want to get the list of printer names inalled on a computer, please use PrinterSettings.InstalledPrinters property.
Please read about Document.Print method from here:
Thanks for the response.
We use aspose to generate .Ps file Post script file.
Then this .Ps file is sent to Printer to print.
The printer has 64 bit print drivers on Windows Server 2012.
The printer is printing only first two pages of the document and not printing any more pages.
I wanted to know whether the .Ps file generated using Apsose has any dependency on the drivers.
If yes, can yopu provide me link that mentions list of compatible drivers which can print the .Ps file generated by Aspose correctly.
- Please attach your input Word document.
create a standalone/runnable simple application (for example a Console
Application Project) that demonstrates the code (Aspose.Words code) you used to generate
your output .PS file
- Please attach the output .PS Word file that shows the undesired behavior.
- Please share the environment detail where you are generating the .PS file e.g Operating System, .Net Framework version etc.
us we’ll start our investigation into your issue.