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Tell me, please, where i can read about what information shown in file, created on windows after printing into file?

asked 25 Sep '13, 05:03

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See the docs.

It depends on the options you chose while printing.

If it was a plain text file, that file will contain the ASCII representation of the dissected packets (protocol details) as defined in 'Packet Format'.

If it was a Postscript file (a predecessor of PDF), it will contain basically the same as the text file however in Postscript format and you will need a Postscript viewer to view the file.

Does that answer your question.


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answered 25 Sep '13, 06:51

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It's not that answer I need, but from some it parts I understood what exactly i need and how I can get it without any help, so thank you.

(25 Sep '13, 09:00) ovo

O.K. what do you need?

(25 Sep '13, 12:18) Kurt Knochner ♦
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