Powershell Tip #47: Sends output to a printer

By | September 23, 2015

Tip: You can send the output to a printer by using the cmdlet Out-Printer.

If the optional parameter “Name” is not specified, the default printer is used.

An example with a PDF printer:

out-printer-powershell


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