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Can't set up a network printer

I was just on line with one of your folks and paid $14.95 and he just went away, stopped in the middle of the session.

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  • reemrevnivek May 11, 2010

    You can use either the System preferences>>Printers or enterhttp://localhost:631/ into any browser to access the CUPS printing backend and add a printer.


    Can you clarify better what it is you want to do?

  • Paul Burrows
    Paul Burrows May 11, 2010

    Hi
    Can you let me know what the problem is and I'll try to help you.

    Paul




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