2Printer allows you to send multiple documents to multiple printers. Let's see how it's done with this step-by-step guide.
Quick steps to print to multiple printers at once from command line
Step 1. Create a TXT file with several commands for 2Printer. The commands must contain names of printers that you want to use. For example:
-src "C:\In\*.pdf" -prn "MFP LaserJet"
-src "C:\In\*.png" -prn "\\m-work\iR C3025"
Save the plain text file somewhere on your computer and copy its location (file path) to clipboard.
Printing will be executed sequentially, following the order of the commands listed. Each command will be processed one after the other, starting from the top and moving down.
Step 2. In Command Prompt, run the command containing path to your "commands.txt" file:
2Printer.exe -cmdlines "C:\Folder\commands.txt"
The -cmdlines switch enables you to enter a file path to a text file that contains one or more command lines. This switch is typically used when the command line is too long (usually greater than 8 KB) or when there are multiple command lines that need to be executed.
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