NPrinting interface does not provide this information.
If you really want to create some kind of tool to see what is used and where... you would have to connect to postgres NPrinting DB (details here: NPrinting Repository Database - Name ) and create a queries or simply an Qlik app.
Database is "sort of" self explanatory as it has tables like:
You can build an application in QlikView or QlikSense which will read this repository and show you informations the way you want it.
see attached example of Qlik Sense App - this is just a quick app stiched together to show you what more/less you can do:
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