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Windows® 98 Unleashed by Paul McFedries

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Printing Documents in Windows 98

One of Windows 98's principle missions in life is to give all the applications you use a reasonably consistent look and feel. This means that the vast majority of Windows applications use, for example, the same dialog box controls, the same method of selecting text, the same command for saving a file, and so on. Printing is a good example of this consistency. In most applications, with some relatively minor exceptions, you select File | Print (or in many programs, press Ctrl+P), fill out the Print dialog box that appears (see Figure 21.5), and click OK. The options in this dialog box vary between applications, but you usually see the following controls:

Name: This drop-down list tells you the name of the currently ...

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