Get the number of available paper bins/trays.
getNumPrinterBins([in] BSTR printerName, [out, retval] int *numBins)
This function returns the number of available paper bins on the specified printer.

Note: getNumPrinterBins, getPrinterBinName, and getPrinterBinID are just simple wrappers around Windows functions. There is no requirement to use these functions if you already know the bin ID that you want to use (e.g., from calling DeviceCapabilities with the DC_BINS argument).

printerName = "...your printer name here..." nBins = viewer.getNumPrinterBins(printerName) For i = 0 To nBins - 1 binName = viewer.getPrinterBinName(printerName, i) binID = viewer.getPrinterBinID(printerName, i) Print("bin " & i & ": id=" & binID & " name=" & binName) Next i