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Microsoft OneNote 2010 Printer Missing

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OneNote 2010 printer is missing.

I've already tried the basics offered here:

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/952216

Solution 1: can't repair because it attempts to repair a version which is not installed anymore even though I have the current licensed. (current: Office 2010 Home & Small Business | Previous assuming: Office 2010 Professional)

Is there a way to install manually? The KB previously mentioned doesn't work as the port and driver are not available.
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Question by:Angel Romero
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xtermie earned 500 total points
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Try this:
Run all Office 2010 features from computer to test this issue
1.Click Start, click Control Panel. If Control Panel is not in Classic View, click Classic View on the left top to switch.
2.Double click Programs and Features, you will find an open box about Uninstall or change a program, which is the same feature as Add or Remove Programs in the Windows XP system.
3.In the programs list, highlight Microsoft Office 2010 and click Change.
4.In the dialog box, select "Add or Remove Features", and then click Continue.
5.Choose the "Installation Options" tab, this displays the Choose installation options for all Office applications and tools dialog box.
6.Click the icon besides "Microsoft Office", in the drop down list, select "Run all from My Computer", click Continue.
7.If you are prompted for the installation disk, please insert Office 2010 disks.
8.Reboot your computer and test the issue again.

If you don't have the CD, then this will not work.
Are you running on Windows XP by any chance, because:
The "Send to OneNote 2010" printer option is not available when OneNote 2010 is installed on a computer that is running Windows XP

You can also try the solution described here:
http://www.dolejarz.com/send-onenote-2010-printer-missing/
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by:Angel Romero
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"Xtermie" Thanks for your assistance.

I did try the add/remove components of Office but everhting was already there.

The article that you posted did make a difference... I usually remove XPS services because it causes some confusion with my printouts.
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