Posted by JeanK on November 18, 2013 at 10:52:41:
In Reply to: Printing tech13 posted by cole on November 18, 2013 at 01:29:50:
I don't understand the concept of computers having an email address. Computers have an IP address, not an email address. If two Windows-based computers are connected via a router, you should be able to print from either computer. Turn on the printer and then use the Control Panel's PRINTERS option to ADD A PRINTER (do this with both computers). Then you will be able to select that printer when it's time to print.
: I have two computers at the same location, each having different email addresses. One of the computers is hooked up to a printer. If an email is received at the computer that it is not connected to the printer, is it possible to print? Send the email I want to print to the other computer that has a different email address? Or is it possible to print an email directly from the computer that is not connected to the printer? The 2nd computer is used with a router. Thanks so much.