BookPrinXP is a shareware program for MS-Windows 9x and Win 2000/XP/Vista. This program prints booklets or books and saves ink and paper by printing up to 64 pages on both sides of a sheet. A series of booklets are combined to build a book. BookPrintXP operates as a printer driver that may be used by any application. Several print jobs may be accumulated for printing of booklets. E.g. you may print a booklet that contains several topics of a help file. This is done by executing the print function of the help system for each topic. In general BookPrintXP is suitable to print program manuals (readme.txt), help files, cook books, address books, program source listings, electronic publications etc.
The program prints also poster.
The program processes print jobs and image files as well. You can create animated GIF files
Advanced Printer Monitor You have many printers in a network, do you want to know in what they are condition and who prints on them? Try Advanced Network Printer Monitor-powerful and easy-to-use the printer sniffer-manager program.
HSLAB Print Logger SE Reduce your printing expenses by setting quotas for printing! The Print Logger software
is intended for control and auditing of printer activity. The program monitors the print
tasks on the computer for which it is installed.
HSLAB Print Logger WE Lower your printing expenses by setting quotas for printing!
The Print Logger software is intended for a control and audition printing activity on a printers. The program inspects the print jobs on a computer, on which is installed.
dots Pilot Start with almost any file format and print professional booklets, business cards, flyers etc. Use 2,3,4,6,8,9,10,12 or up to 32 pages per sheet. NO ACROBAT REQUIRED! Our approved wizard suits the beginner well.
Miraplacid Text Driver Miraplacid Text Driver extracts text from documents. Text Output can be formatted as plain text or text with layout, previewed and saved to file in Unicode or specified code page. When auto-save mode is on, the software works with no user interaction