print count software?

Discussion in 'Windows Desktop Systems' started by dubstar, Jun 29, 2005.

  1. dubstar

    dubstar format c:

    Southern California
    any software out there that lets me count how many pages are printed on my printer? my cousin says she doesnt print anything but since she's moved in i'm replacing the ink a lot more than previously.

    i need something thats kinda sneaky, doesnt pop up ya know?
  2. enuffsaid

    enuffsaid OSNN Junior Addict

    I found something that may be of use to you... however, its shareware:

    • Exact determination of number of the printed pages and copies, at printing on the printer from stations witn any operation systems at usage of following printer command language: PCL®(version 3, 4, 5, 5E, 5C, 6 (XL)), POSTSCRIPT®(level 2 and 3),ESC/PAGE, ESC/P®(with Remote Mode Commands), ESC/P2®, 9-Pin ESC/P®, FX®, Zj-Stream, CPCA, BJL Commands, BJ Raster Image Commands.
    • Exact determination printed copies of a document.
    • Print server remote control.
    • Forbid and pause printing from a user.
    • Store print jobs data in Microsoft® Access format and possibility of creation your own report.
    • The convenient gear of formation and review of the reports.
    • Print charging system allowing different costs for each printer.
    • Capability of flexible deleting of the stored information about the printed jobs.
    • Administration of the print queue.
    • Using monitor of printing in Windows NT/2000/XP/Server 2003-service.
    • Export reports to HTML format and MS Excel.
    • Unicode support.
    I searched Google for "printed pages counter windows xp". There's a bunch of hits that look interesting. You'll have to do some research yourself.