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Chapter 5. Printing > Separate your print job from someone else's

5.9. Separate your print job from someone else's

When you're the only person using your printer, you don't have to worry about other users' print jobs getting mixed in with your own. You can print like crazy and be fairly sure that the stack of paper in the printer's output tray is all yours.

When you share the printer with others, whether from a single computer or across the network, it's likely that print jobs from other users will be mixed in with your own. Separating the finished jobs could be a headache unless you use separator pages.


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