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The overwhelming consensus is that the report prints TO the printer.
Several folks also suggested that I become more literal and say that
the yada function sends the report to the Windows default printer...
(Much better, in my opinion...)
BTW, I do have to specify the Windows default printer because they
are actually working on DEC Alpha machines and could send the
report to a line printer or some other printer beast.
Thanks for all of your help, folks. So many of you responded that I
can't thank everyone individually unless I want to be here until the
wee hours of the morning. Please know that I appreciate your help!