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Platinum Edition Using® Microsoft® Windows® XP by Brian Knittel, Robert Cowart

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Installing and Configuring Printers

If your printer is already installed and operational at this point, you can skip this section and skim ahead for others that may be of interest. However, if you need to install a new printer, modify or customize your current installation, or add additional printers to your setup, read on.

You might want to add a printer in a few different instances, not all of which are obvious:

  • You're connecting a new physical printer directly to your computer. In this case, follow the instructions in the next section, titled “Adding a New Locally Attached Printer.”

  • You're connecting to a printer that's shared by some other computer on the network. Connecting to a shared printer is under “Using a Network (Shared) Printer.” ...

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