In Windows XP how do you open the Printers and Faxes window?
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 Start and 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.
- From the Start Menu, click Control Panel.
- The Control Panel window should open.
- Double-click Printers and Faxes.
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You have installed your printer software but the printer is not shown in the printers and faxes window?
....this means that the printer wasn't installed correctly. In windows XP/2000, for a usb printer, you have to install the drivers first. Then, at the prompting of the softwar…e, you insert the usb cable so the OS can asign an enumerator to the device.. The HP printers are the biggest problem in that they typicaly install alot of other software at the same time.. You didn't include the OS or printer type in your question. These are important to know.. Sometimes the PC must be rebooted after software/driver installation in order for the changes to take effect.
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click on start . control panel . printers and faxes . locate and right click on the printer that you what to know the driver for . click properties . click on the advance…d tab
Start->Printer and Faxes->Right click on the required printer->Properties. Or Start->Control Panel->Printer and Faxes->Right click on the required printer->Properties.
First go to Start > My Computer > My Network Places. The My Network Places should be on the left hand side under "Other Places."
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To Set up a printer in XP Press Start Choose Printers and faxes Choose Add a Printer form the left pan . be sure that your printer is connected and turned on ch…oose Next then Next if the printer connected directly to your computer OR choose Network printer if you want to add a remote printer connected through network, in this case ( be sure that your Network cable is connected. ) Computer will detect your printer. Press Finish