To build 2Printer commands related to a specific printer, you need to know the correct printer name, as defined in your operating system. Besides, you can check all trays and paper sizes that are available for your device in order to use them. Let's see how to do it.
How to list all installed printers in the system
How to print using the required printer, tray, paper size
To display a list of all your printers' names, follow the steps below:
1. Open Run Command window
Press ⊞ Win + R combination on your keyboard to open the "Run Program Or File" Window.
2. Open Command Prompt
Enter cmd.exe and press Enter.
Alternatively, you can start it from the Windows start menu – start typing cmd.exe or Command Prompt.
3. Run command that shows all printers
Copy and paste the command you see below and press Enter:
As a result, all available printers will be displayed:
Printing to a specific printer
When printing via 2Printer, add -prn to the command and enter the printer's name within double quotation marks. The printer's name must be exactly the same as the one displayed in 2Printer's list or Devices and printers menu of your OS. For example:
Printing to a specific printer tray
You can print to a selected printer and a printer tray (paper source). To do it, add -props tray: after the printer's name. You can enter either tray ID number or tray name in double quotation marks. For example:
To see all available trays of a specified printer, run this command:
Printing using the necessary paper size
Likewise, you can make 2Printer use a paper size (page format) that's available in your printer. To do it, add -props papersize: and enter either paper size ID number or paper size name in double quotation marks. For example:
To show all available paper sizes of a specified printer, run this command:
To display all available printers, trays, and paper sizes, use commands:
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