Print Logger v2.5

** Updated June 19, 2007

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Know what documents you print, when and where you print them. Karen's Print Logger records each completed print job in a special log file. The log file can be viewed, sorted, and imported into your favorite spreadsheet or word processor.

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Enhancements/Bugs Fixed

  • Version 2.5: Made several changes to make program work better with Windows Vista. These include an HTML-format help file, and changes to location where settings are stored.
  • Version 2.4.1: Now includes Help file. Logging of a print job's Priority and Status have been improved, and logging of a job's Time to Print has been added.
  • Version 2.3: Now allows you to select printers from either of two "universes": Your local "Printers and Faxes" folder, or all shared printers on your network plus local printers (shared or unshared). New option allows program to be minimized to system tray icon.
  • Version 2.1: First update in over four years. Now works much more reliably with newer, faster computers. Displays information about jobs in progress, jobs completed. Added new log file entries.
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