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The Emacs commands for making hardcopy let you print either an entire
buffer or just part of one, either with or without page headers. See
also the hardcopy commands of Dired (Note: Misc File Ops.) and the
diary (Note: Diary Commands.).
Print hardcopy of current buffer using Unix command `print' (`lpr
-p'). This makes page headings containing the file name and page
Print hardcopy of current buffer using Unix command `lpr'. This
makes no page headings.
Like `print-buffer' but prints only the current region.
Like `lpr-buffer' but prints only the current region.
All the hardcopy commands pass extra switches to the `lpr' program
based on the value of the variable `lpr-switches'. Its value should be
a list of strings, each string an option starting with `-'. For
example, to use a printer named `nearme', set `lpr-switches' like this:
(setq lpr-switches '("-Pnearme"))
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