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Old 10-09-2002, 11:28 PM   #1
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Adding SMB printer in OpenOffice

I have no idea how to install my Espon Stylus C80 printer so it will work in OpenOffice. It works great on the other machines in the SAMBA workgroup, but I can't figure out how to get the printer to work in OpenOffice. It's set up as my default printer for the rest of my machines, but Openoffice doesn't recognize it. It just lists some useless generic printer. It is attached to one of my Windows machines.

You folks got me through the SAMBA setup from the netherworld, and I'm hoping someone knows how to dot this. TIA.

And, yes, I have RTMF.


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