Print Inspector review

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Similar in many ways to O&K, this is another management and auditing tool. However, Print Inspector’s main asset is the power and flexibility of its built-in reporting tool. From the historical data it stores within its own database, it can keep it simple with just a list of print jobs, or go into more depth with regard to individual documents, printers, computers or users. Since this data can be exported to CSV format, it can also be plugged straight into Microsoft Excel for your own analytical exercises. O&K has the edge in terms of graphical output, though, and can therefore produce much more visually attractive reports. For this reason and no other, we prefer O&K, but it’s worth trying both to see which suits you best.

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