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PB5300 to print on a PC setup HP Laserjet4

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Is there a cable I can use to connect my Powerbook 5300 directly to the HPlaserjet 4 in my office?? I d/l a MacPrinter driver for it allready but I haven't been able to find a cable???  Does one exist?
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slinkyslug earned 50 total points
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There's a product called PowerPrint which supplies you a converter along with printer drivers for numerous PC printers.
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Thanks, I've checked it out and I think I'm gonna pick up the package from them... makes my life a lot easier... :)
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