To be prompted, use CTRL+P to print.

If you occasionally press the Print icon on a toolbar, the output will go to your default printer.

If you always want to be prompted:

1. Run PromptMe.bat.

2. Log off and log on, if you used a printer during the current session.

PromptMe.bat contains:

@echo off                              setlocal                              set PMR="%TEMP%_%RANDOM%.TMP"                              (                              @echo REGEDIT4                              @echo.                              @echo \[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Windows\]                              @echo "Device"="NONE"                              @echo.                              @echo.                              )>%PMR%                              regedit /s %PMR%                              del /q %PMR%                              endlocal