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Fax-It-Yourself: Using Windows XP's Faxing Features 174 To get the Fax Console perched on your desktop again in the future, Windows XP gives you two methods: · From the Printers and Faxes window, double-click the Fax icon. · Select Start, All Programs, Accessories, Communications, Fax, Fax Console. Using "Fax" as a Verb: Sending a Fax To fax something to a friend or colleague (or, heck, even a total stranger), Windows XP gives you two ways to proceed: · You can fax a simple note by sending just a cover page. · You can fax a more complex document by sending it to Windows XP's fax "printer." Let's start with the simple cover page route. This is handled by the Send Fax Wizard, which you can call in to work by using any of the following methods: · From the Printers and Faxes window, click the WebView panel's Send a fax link. (Alternatively, select the File, Send Fax command.) · In the Fax Console, select the File, Send a Fax command. See Also For more information on dialing rules and locations, see Chapter 17, "Getting on the Internet," particularly the section titled "Locations, Locations, Locations: Setting Up Dialing Rules." · Select Start, All Programs, Accessories, Communications, Fax, Send a Fax. Here's what happens after the Send Fax Wizard arrives on the scene: 1. The initial dialog box isn't much use, so just click Next to get on with it. The Send Fax Wizard displays the Recipient Information dialog box, shown in Figure 15.3.