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<span style="color:red">'''Windows 7 is no longer supported on College-owned computers.&nbsp; See&nbsp;[[Work_with_Network_Printers_-_Windows_10|Work with Network Printers - Windows 10]]'''</span>
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<span style="color:red">'''Windows 7 is no longer supported on College-owned computers.&nbsp; See&nbsp;[https://support.gmhec.org/TDClient/47/middlebury/KB/ArticleDet?ID=145 Work with Network Printers - Windows 10]'''</span>
  
 
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These instructions are for use with College-owned computers running '''Windows 7'''.
 
 
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=== Connect to Network Printers ===
 
 
#Click [[File:Windows Orb.png|RTENOTITLE]] in the bottom left of your screen
 
#In the search field at the bottom of the start menu, type '''\\walnut''' (or '''\\spruce''' for language schools printers), then press the '''Enter''' key to view the full list of printers.
 
#*'''TIP:''' Save time using the exact printer name. Just type in '''\\walnut\printername''' (e.g.\\walnut\lib242), then press the '''Enter''' key -- and you're done!
 
#*If you are unsure of the printer name you can use the search field at top right. 
 
#Double-click a desired printer to install it.
 
#*Click the '''Install driver''' button if prompted. 
 
 
<br/> Repeat the above steps for each printer you would like to add, then following directions below to set your default printer -- the one you will use most often.<br/> &nbsp;
 
 
=== Set Your Default Printer ===
 
 
Follow these steps to be sure the printer you use most often is selected as your default printer:
 
 
#Click [[File:Windows Orb.png|RTENOTITLE]] then select '''Devices and Printers''' in the right-hand portion of the menu.
 
#In the '''Printers and Faxes''' section, the green check mark indicates the current default printer. To make a change, right-click the desired printer then select '''Set as default printer''' from the pop-up menu.
 
 
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=== Remove a Network Printer ===
 
 
You can easily remove printers you no longer use, as well as ones that refer to the obsolete Bombay printing server. Here's how:
 
 
#Click [[File:Windows Orb.png|RTENOTITLE]] then select '''Devices and Printers''' in the right-hand portion of the menu.
 
#In the '''Printers and Faxes''' section, right-click on the printer you wish to remove, then select '''Remove device''' from the pop-up menu.
 
#*Printers that contain Bombay in their description should be removed. 
 
#Click the '''Yes''' button to confirm the printer's removal.
 
 
<br/> Repeat the above steps for each printer you would like to remove.
 
  
 
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Latest revision as of 09:48, 19 July 2022

Windows 7 is no longer supported on College-owned computers.  See Work with Network Printers - Windows 10

 

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