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Windows XP - Introduction

Windows XP - Introduction

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Any file can be printed through My Computer or Windows Explorer - there is no need to first open the application
in which the file was created.

Right click over the file you wish to print.
Choose Print from the shortcut menu.

The application in which the file was created will be launched automatically and the document printed
without any further options being displayed. When the document has been printed, the application will
close automatically.

It is also possible to drag and drop files to print them - this is especially useful if you have shortcuts to
commonly used printers on your desktop.

Use My Computer or Windows Explorer to locate the
file you wish to print.

Ensure the printer you wish to print to is currently in
view - either as a shortcut on the desktop, or through
Start, Settings and Printers.

Click once on the file and drag it over the icon for the
printer you wish to use.

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Introduction

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