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Old 09-05-2011, 07:14 AM   #21
Steve Rindsberg
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Start with the simple stuff, certainly.

Since neither printer is network ready and both are physically connected to other computers, starting by sharing them seems like the first logical step. The new laptop won't see anything on the network until it's shared (though there may be some way in Win7 of doing that more simply for home networks than the way I've chosen to set things up here ... wouldn't surprise me in the least).

And thanks for the reminder about the search box. If enough people hit me over the head with it enough times, I'll eventually get the habit. Right about the time they discontinue it in favor of something else, no doubt.

What irks me is they way MS renames and moves things for no apparent reason. It wouldn't be such a nuisance ordinarily, but I have to hop among three different Windows versions daily. Then there's the Mac. I get lost. ;-)

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