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Printer Setup Utility is missing

Posted on 2008-10-06
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Hello Experts,

My boss recently upgraded to version 10.5.5.  When I want to install a printer...I noticed that the Printer Setup Utility under Utilities is missing.  

Did it move?  How can I get it back?

Thanks,
Wayne
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There is no Printer Setup Utility in 10.5. You should be able to do any printer related functions via the System Preferences, Print & Fax.
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Thanks.  I found that right after I asked the question.
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