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You have many choices you could go with here.
Depending on your printer if it has a network plug in the back you could just plug a cable into the back of your printer and then to your router and then set the printer up on your computer as a network printer.
You could also get a print server, which takes a usb connection to a network cable connection and just plug into your router and set up the printer.
The biggest factor is printer, and the connections on the back.
Here are some links to use:
Posted on May 17, 2011
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