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Chapter 22. Using a Windows 2000 Network > Using Printers on the Network

Using Printers on the Network

Whether you're part of a large corporation or a small workgroup, or even if you're a home user with just two computers, network printing is a great time and money saver. Why connect a printer to each computer, when it will spend most of its time idle? Why not let several people share one printer and keep it busy? By not having to buy a printer for each user, you can spend the money you save more constructively on faster, higher-quality, and more interesting printers. You might add a color photo-quality printer or a transparency maker to give your network users more output choices.

Windows 2000 really excels at network printing. Here are some of the neat features of Windows 2000 network printing:


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