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Panelview Plus Printing Problem

Panelview Plus Printing Problem

Panelview Plus Printing Problem

Does anyone know how to print via the network connection on an A/B Panelview Plus 1250?  There is a display print option in the configuration, and network is listed as a choice, but I cannot make it do anything other than give me an error.  My network is extremely basic - just the Panelview Plus, the PLC, and the printer - all connected thru just a 4 port hub. A network address has been assigned to each component. I am telling the Panelview the network address of the printer (which is an HP printer that is listed as supported by this Panelview) - but I'm having no luck.  I can print via the USB port to this printer fine.  Any suggestions?  I've been told by someone that you can't print via the network - but if this is so, then why list it as an option?  Any help would be greatly appreciated.  Thanks.

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