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Chapter 13. Printing > Installing a Local Printer

Installing a Local Printer

For installation purposes, Windows 98 distinguishes between local and network printers. A local printer is one that is physically connected to your computer via a cable, whereas a network printer is physically attached to another computer but is available for use by your computer through your network connection.

Before you attempt to set up a local printer on your computer, you first must make sure that you can connect to that printer from your computer. Some of the things you must check are


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