By default the Printers and Faxes window (or applet) should show in the Start menu. If it is missing and you wish to add it, perform the following steps: # Right-click Startand select Properties from the shortcut menu. # The Taskbar and Start Menu Properties dialog box should open. # On the Start Menu tab, click Customize. # In the Customize Start Menu dialog box, click the Advanced tab. # Check Printers and Faxes. # Click OK to close the Customize Start Menu dialog box. # Finally, click Apply and OK to apply your changes and close the Taskbar and Start Menu Properties dialog box. Another way to open the Printers and Faxes window would be to follow these steps: # From the Start Menu, click Control Panel. # The Control Panel window should open. # Double-click Printers and Faxes.
go to Printers and Faxes-->Click on your fax device-->Select the received or sent file-->Open any attachments There you go, hope this helps
Open the printers and Faxes window or Printers Window. Right-click the printer you want to share, and select Sharing from the shortcut menu. The printer's Properties dialog box opens; the dialog box in Windows 2000 is similar. Select Share this printer and enter a name for the printer. Guide to Managing & Maintaining Your PC, 6th Edition, Page 1149
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To find out which printers are installed on a computer, you need to open a hardware window on a Macintosh that shows the installed printers, which can be found under the Apple icon on the far left side of the screen at the top. On a Windows machine, go to the Start menu, then go to Control Panel, then open the Printers menu.
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Casement windows do not have a means to open the window by moving the bottom part of the window straight up. Casement windows open by the means of a hinge and they swing open to the inside or outside depending on the type of window. Casement windows can swing open from the top or the side also.
When more than one window is open, the appears on top of all other open windows.
Alt + F4 to close the active application window, or, if no window is open, shut down Windows
All open "boxes" like a program is considered a window in Windows. Ctrl+E for an example.
Glass windows are called windows because with the help of glass windows you can see the outside world even without open the window unlike the normal window.
If you have two windows open, then to activate the inactive window you have to click on the colored strip, mine is blue, at the very top of the window. Don't know if that is what you meant. :)