Printer Spooler Overflow

I have now begun to print color pictures.  Up until now, there has been no problem as everything was going to a black and white laser printer; however I recently got a message while printing to the color printer telling me the disk was full and the job was terminating.  I have several huge disks on this computer which I use for data and video capture; however, I would imagine my printer buffer is in the "C" drive.  Is there a way to assign this buffer to another drive?
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EHSCHWA2Author Commented:
To Posivibe,

I will try try your suggestion first thing tomorrow (11/11) and will let you know immediately.  Thank you.
EHSCHWA2Author Commented:
Thanks for your help. It worked!
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