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I need to create a virtual XPS printer that shows up in windows (7 onwards) with a custom name and upon Print, it saves the .xps file to a specific folder (doesn't ask User) OR transfer the .xps file to another user-mode application via Named-pipe.
I've seen various suggestions on how to do this e.g. port monitor w/MS universal driver, custom rendering plug-in, stream filter etc. However, I'm new to Printing so not sure which is the right approach?
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