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iprint and HP universal print driver

J am currently installing windows 7 machines. I have netware 6.5 with sp8 and all iprint patches znc thd lztdxt 6r bit client. I used the HP universal pcl5 driver 5.5 but had a problem printing excel documents. I updated to version 5.7 from HP website and that fixed the problem with the spreadsheets but I have another app that uses a ini file which selects what tray to print from. It prints using the types of paper and not the tray numbers. However since upgrading to 5.7 it prints everything from the plain tray. Any suggestions or links to recommended hp upd would be much appreciated
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