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Our office has 2 new computers (A & B) running windows 7.  A is directly connected to a (non-wireless) printer.  Is it possible for B to print wirelessly thru A to the printer?
 If not how can B connect to this printer?
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You;d just share the printer from computer A and then install the printer as a network printer on computer B.
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Ryan is correct for the cheapest way of doing it, but remember, computer A must be on for Computer B to print in that scenario.
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does printer has rj45 port?

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