Developing the print logic in
your application? Wasting a lot of paper trying to get things
to look just right? Try NED Image Printer Driver.
You'll love it!
NED Image Printer Driver is a Windows XP/Windows 2000
printer driver that creates multi-page TIFF files and displays
them on your screen instead of sending them to your printer.
You install the driver the same way you install a Windows
printer - no programming required.
This version is for
Windows XP and
has the ability to print monochrome or color images!
Monochrome images are saved to the file in CCITT G4 format.
Color images are saved in uncompressed color. Image resolution
is selectable at 600, 300, 200, and 100 DPI.
Available paper sizes are: Letter, Legal, A3, A4, Tabloid,
Envelope #10, Envelope C5, and Envelope DL.
The driver uses a 32-bit DLL that displays the TIFF file on
your screen using your favorite image viewer. When you buy
this software you get the source code for the DLL, which
allows you to develop your own processing of print jobs sent
from any Windows application.
The base product produces a multi-page TIFF file and launches
the application you have specified as the default viewer for
files having extensions of .TIF. Registering the product gives
you the source code for the Exit32.DLL called by the driver.
This DLL receives each page of the print job as a bitmap. You
can modify the source code to do whatever you want with the
bitmap delivered from the driver. The source code is
compatible with Visual C++ V6.0.
This is a GREAT utility for software developers who are
writing printing logic for applications. You can debug your
code without the need for a real printer. You can avoid
wasting a lot of paper. You can use your favorite TIFF file
viewer to zoom in on the printout to get print positions tuned
to precise pixels. You can develop your printing code while
traveling on an airplane or living in a hotel with your
You can intercept pages from any Windows application and
perform any kind of image processing, indexing, or print
redirection you like. For example, you can stamp any document
the user prints with the name of the user, the user's
signature, or date/time before sending the printout to a real