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Lesson 12. Printing > What You've Learned

What You've Learned

  • Mac OS X printing is based on the Common UNIX Printing System (CUPS).

  • The primary utilities for configuring printing are Print & Fax preferences for configuring the print and fax services, and Printer Setup Utility for adding and deleting printers and managing print queues.

  • You can share locally connected printers over a network by turning on Printer Sharing in the Services pane of Sharing preferences or in Print & Fax preferences. Shared printers can be used by Mac OS X 10.2 or later and Windows computers.

  • Mac OS X includes a powerful printing architecture that allows you to print documents to a fax/modem. Mac OS X can also receive faxes and have them printed, stored as PDF files, or emailed.

References

The following Knowledge Base documents (located at www.apple.com/support) will provide you with further information regarding printing in Mac OS X.


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