Print spooling, or storing a print job on disk before printing, affects the actual printing speed as well as how clients perceive printing performance. You can change the way print spooling works to correct printing problems or to hold printed documents in the printer queue for repeated printing. To change the spool settings for a printer, right-click the printer you want to modify and select Printer Properties.
Click the Advanced tab to modify the spool settings. The following list describes the print spool settings on the Advanced tab:
Spool Print Documents So Program Finishes Printing Faster Spools the print documents to the print server, freeing the client to perform other tasks more quickly.
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