Tuesday, October 31, 2017

Default Printer

The newer versions of Windows are pretty good at connecting to and setting up your existing printer. But there is one setting that you may not be aware of. This setting causes the default printer to change every time you print to a different printer. And this can be frustrating if you are in a hurry. If your file doesn't print where you think it should, or at all, then you have to figure out why. So, take a look at the setting in the image below. And, while you're in this screen, make sure the printer you want is set as default.

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