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Chapter 13. Printing > Printing from Applications

Printing from Applications

After you have installed one or more printers on your computer, you can print from within any application. In Windows 98, when you print from a Windows application, you can change a number of the printer's configurations within the application itself for the print job you are processing. Windows 98 also includes a print spooler that enables you to get back to work while the operating system processes the print job in the background.

Changing Configurations

In most Windows applications, you can print the document you are working on by pressing a toolbar button or by selecting Print from the File pull-down menu. After you tell the application to print the document, you usually see a window that enables you to change any needed settings for that print job. Note that although you don't always see this window when you choose a Print button on a toolbar, you should usually see a Print window if you use the pull-down menu.


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