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101 Tips for Telecommuters—Successfully Manage Your Work, Team, Technology and Family by Debra A. Dinnocenzo

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98. If Talking to Yourself is Interesting, Try Faxing to Yourself

When you find yourself in a situation where access to a printer is limited or nonexistent, don't forget the fax capability that may be resident in your computer. This is often true when you're in the “road warrior” mode—at a hotel where the business center is closed or the reception desk charges exorbitant rates to print a few pages. If your computer has the necessary software and modem (most machines used by the typical road warrior have this function), simply fax your document (from the comfort of your room) to yourself at the hotel fax number. Most hotels do not charge for incoming faxes, and these days hotels that cater to the business traveler often have top-quality, plain-paper ...

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