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The wizard copies to your computer the correct printer driver for the network printer. (You may be prompted to confirm that you want to add the driver. ) The Add Printer Wizard displays a screen that shows the printer’s name and asks whether you want to designate the printer as your default printer. 6. (Optional) Designate the printer as your default printer. 7. Click Next to continue. A final confirmation dialog box is displayed. 8. Click Finish. You’re done! Many network printers, especially newer ones, are connected directly to the network by using a built-in Ethernet card.

When you print on a local printer, you’re the only one using it. When you print to a network printer, however, you are (in effect) standing in line behind other network users, waiting to share the printer. This line complicates the situation in several ways: ✓ If several users print to the network printer at the same time, the network has to keep the print jobs separate from one another. If it didn’t, the result would be a jumbled mess, with your 268-page report getting mixed in with the payroll checks.

Online, offline: When a computer is turned on and can access the network, the computer is online. When a computer can’t access the network, it’s offline. A computer can be offline for several reasons. The computer can be turned off, the user may have disabled the network connection, the computer may be broken, the cable that connects it to the network can be unplugged, or a wad of gum can be jammed into the disk drive. ✓ Up, down: When a computer is turned on and working properly, it’s up. When a computer is turned off, broken, or being serviced, it’s down.

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