Printer Management UDF 1.0.0

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Here is an UDF for managing printers.
Features are :
 - add, remove or rename a printer
 - add or remove a driver
 - add or remove a TCP/IP printer port
 - connect to a remote printer
 - enum printers and there configuration and properties
 - pause resume or cancel all jobs of a printer
 - checks if a printer exists
 - print a test page
 - set the default printer


What's New in Version 1.0.0

Released

Bug correction in _PrintMgr_EnumPrinter and _PrintMgr_AddPrinter

Added _PrintMgr_EnumTCPIPPrinterPort


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