Catch printer event

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  1. frukoprof

    frukoprof

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    I want to catch the signal when the printer started to print. That would be fine if you tell me how to get the path of document that will print.

    pywin32print looks like useful but i dont know how to use.

    Cant you show a example code?
     
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    frukoprof, Apr 1, 2013
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