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Chapter 18. Networking (for Those Corpor... > Using a Network Printer - Pg. 173

Networking (for Those Corporate Types) 173 After the network printer is set up, you can use it to print documents just as if the printer were connected to your computer. However, if you did not set up the network printer as your default printer, you must select the printer when you choose to print your document. The Least You Need to Know · A client-server network constitutes many client computers connected to a single server. Peer-to-peer net- works link all computers directly together. · To log on to a network, simply enter your username and password. · Before you can access the contents of a disk on another computer on the network, the disk must be marked as shared. · You can check out what's available on your network using the Network Neighborhood or My Network Places. · You can map a network folder or disk to your computer to have it appear as a folder on your computer. · You can use the Add Printer Wizard to set up a network printer on your computer.