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I need to print potentially a couple of hundred letters (formatted web pages) which are automatically generated by another system.

I'm looking for something that I can point at a directory containing these web pages, set the print options once and then it will print them all without any further intervention or messing about.

Preferably free. Windows (XP onwards).

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So, there's no web server involved, but you have direct access to the HTML source files in some directory on the file system? And do these have any references to other files (stylesheets, images)? –  Arjan Mar 19 '10 at 10:35
    
No - single HTML file for each page - no images - stylesheet included within the file. –  Umber Ferrule Mar 19 '10 at 11:02

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You could use CutyCapt (webkit based HTML-Rendering) to save the pages into an easily printable file, like PDF, and print that one using f.e. the Acrobat Reader with command line options.

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I ended up concatenating the HTML files into one:

type *.html > all.html

Then right-clicking all.html and printing.

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