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Hi,
   I know this topic has been covered many times but nothingthing i look at applies to me. I have a Dell 8400 runnning Windows XP Home and A Macintosh G5 running OSX 10.3.9. The printer is a HP PSC4180, it is connected to the Mac. I need to print from the Dell to the HP printer thats on the Mac. I cant figure it out and I am getting even more confused the further i read on about this subjet. Can anyone help?
Note: I am able to share files between the 2 computers, although Im not sure if i have a network setup.
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See the printer links on this page:  http://www.ifelix.co.uk/tech/windowsxp.html
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