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accessing my sheared printer from my mac

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ok i got a printer connected to my pc and the pc is connected to a wireless router which my macbook connects to.
now i whant to know if its posible to access the printer so i can print of my mac?
i selected share printer on my pc but i dont know how to set my mac up. any ideas or do i have 2 install any programs?
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