Don't-Miss Printer Stories
You can choose which printer you want to use as your default printer so that Windows and your applications know where to print. Here's how.
With a few quick changes to settings in Word, Excel, and other programs, you can fit more onto a sheet of paper.
Follow our simple steps to install new drivers and solve some printer problems.
Here are three ways to make some great holiday cards for your friends and family.
Everybody loves to hate printers, what with paper jams and sky-high toner costs. But with some patience--and these practical steps--you can solve common printer hassles.
In most cases, removing jammed paper and getting your printer working again is relatively easy.
You could be missing out on preferred treatment and better deals when shopping for tech gear for your company. Here are some special deals that seven big retailers offer small businesses.
Print labels for your discs--simply and inexpensively.
Ensure that no one else sees your private print jobs, whether you're at home or in a public place.
Twitter's Web interface doesn't provide an option to print, so here are several ways to archive your tweets.
Use your printer to produce multiple or individual address labels, shipping labels, business cards, gift tags, CD labels, and more.
Google’s free Picasa software lets you create photo projects on your PC and print them at home. Here's how to do it.
Here are the steps to adding a local and network printer in Windows 7.