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    The HP 1320 handles PCL coding, so it can be used...

    The HP 1320 handles PCL coding, so it can be used by DOS programs that support PCL printers.
    Your VirtualBox – WinXP combination is overkill.
    dBaseIII+ should run under vDos,...
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    Problem will be that the printer is a Windows GUI...

    Problem will be that the printer is a Windows GUI device.
    Being a physical or virtual printer (like CutePdf), it won’t accept a series of ASCII codes that a DOS program will send to it.
    You need...
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    It's a Windows GUI printer? Then you can't send...

    It's a Windows GUI printer?
    Then you can't send ASCII output directly to it, it has to be rendered by the printer driver.
    So share the printer on the laptop and use that in net use lpt1.
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    Your network printer is connected to another PC...

    Your network printer is connected to another PC and shared from there?
    Have you looked at the render print jobs on client computers option?
    Eventually install the printer driver on the laptop,...
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    You didnít specify the operating system your old...

    You didnít specify the operating system your old DOS program is running on.
    Has to be some Windows version (net use Ö), so you can try vDos: http://sourceforge.net/projects/vdos.
    It goes beyond...
  6. Windows 7 32 bit will run most likely your DOS...

    Windows 7 32 bit will run most likely your DOS programs.
    64 bit editions of Windows won't run any of them.

    If you want a better experience and integration of your DOS programs with Windows:...
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