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Unread 2011-06-04, 10:03   #2
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If it's not a "network printer" it will need to be shared by a computer that has the printer installed on it. In Microsoft speak, the printer is merely the "printing device" and the "printer" is the print manager on the computer it's connected to.

If your printer is a network printer, it will have an ethernet connection that you should be able to connect to your router. I'm not familiar with wireless print servers, but if they're cheap enough that sounds like a solution.
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