I'm not quite sure about this. I work with my documents at home and in the office, so it's convenient for me that in each case I get the standard printer as default. If printer settings were saved with the document, I would have to change the printer manually every time I want to print a document I have printed before at the other location.
But you would only have to do this once at each location, the first time you printed your document in the office, and then the first time at home. This does not seem to me to be such a burden. I doubt that you are printing dozens of documents both in the office and at home every day.
However, imagine my plight. An order comes in. I need to print address labels and a packing note. For each of these document I have to change the printer. This can happen numerous times during the day.
Of course, if TextMaker had a full script capability, like Lotus Wordpro, you could easily record separate scripts to print documents to the work printer and home printer, and then attach these scripts to new buttons on the toolbar. Then you would only need to remember where you were and click the correct button to have the document printed on the correct printer. Such a capability would also solve my problem. But unfortunately you cannot do this in TextMaker.
Fortunately for me I have found a solution. Wordpro will
run on Windows 64bit, despite what IBM said, so I now have my scripts and toolbar buttons set up again. I can format and print multiple copies of labels in different font sizes on the label printer, and print packing notes on the laserjet, each with a single click of the mouse.
Regards - David