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Deferred Printing

Sometimes you'll print documents but not want those documents to appear on a printer. Often people carry a laptop with them but not a printer. Even if you don't have a printer with you, you might create expense reports and other documents that you want to print as soon as you get back to your office.

Instead of keeping track of each document you want to print later, you can go ahead and issue a deferred printing request. When you do this, Windows spools the document or documents to a file on your disk drive. The printer subsystem will not attempt to send the spooled data to a printer just yet. When you later attach a printer to your PC, you can release the deferred printing request and Windows begins printing the saved print jobs.


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