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If you’re old enough, you’ll remember the 1990s grandiose promises of a paperless office. You’ll also know it never happened; companies use more paper today than at any time in history. Our reliance on paper – both at home and in the workplace – means printers are still a vital component in any network. Most printers are now wireless. You can connect to them using Wi-Fi. But how do you share an existing printer over a network on Windows?

Luckily, it’s reasonably straightforward. Here’s an easy-to-follow step-by-step guide.

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