Posted by ParU on Fri, 04/09/2004 - 6:42pm.
Since before most of you were born (about 1979 or so) I've gone by a few rules in dealing with computer printers - thought I'd share them with y'all:
1. Getting whatever you want out on paper is always the hardest part of every process.
2. It's not done until you actually have the printed page in your hands.
3. Always save before you print.
4. Once you've got a particularly recalcitrant thing to start to print, back away from the keyboard. Don't believe that bit about Windows being able to multi-task.
5. Never buy a printer that isn't made by Hewlett-Packard (and no I don't work there or own their stock). You'll always be able to get parts, drivers and service for HP printers, can't say the same for everything else.

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