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Chapter 17. Printing with Windows XP

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Windows XP Professional can send output to almost any kind of printer you can find on the market today. Of all the topics in this book, setting up a printer is perhaps one of the easiest tasks you will have to do. Since Windows XP supports plug-and-play, many printers connected to a local port such as LPT1: are detected automatically. You may have to use the Add Printer Wizard to select the manufacturer and model of the printer you are adding. With Windows XP, you can use printers connected directly to your workstation, the Internet, and print servers. A print server can be a Windows server-class computer or a printer appliance often used to connect several printers to a single network connection.


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