Networked printed will not print.

I setup a wireless network in my home.  I have Win XP on the "main desktop" and Win 2000 on the "remote" desktop.  My internet provider uses DSL.  I am using the Linksys Broadband Router Wireless-G 2.4GHz.  I can access the internet from the "remote" desktop.
I can access the internet from the "remote" and "main" desktop.  But I can only print from the "main" desktop.  Can someone help.
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stevenlewisCommented:
1.share the printer
on the main machine (the one the printer is attached to,) go to the printer, and right click on it and share it, give it a name
then on the other machine go to add printer, network printer, browse to the printer you have shared and add it, install the drivers, and test
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