Note: This tip is for use with SecureCRT for Windows®.
This tip explains how to print a text file from SecureCRT using a Windows Generic/Text Only configured printer.
There are any number of times when it is useful to be able to print to a text file from SecureCRT:
Although you can't print directly to a text file from SecureCRT, you can configure SecureCRT to print to a Windows Generic/Text Only configured printer. Below are the steps necessary to set up the ability to print to a text file. These instructions assume that you are using Windows XP, and the steps may vary from computer to computer.
Add a new Generic/Text Only configured printer:
Configure SecureCRT print to a Generic/Text Only configured printer: