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Hey, I have two macs in my home and a junk pc in the basement with a microsfot wireless basestation. Now i am wondering if it is possible for me to have my printer connected to my macbook via usb, and be able to print from my imac in the next room on that printer.

Is this possible? I've searched through apple's support pages and cant seem to find anything related to this topic. Can anyone help me out here?

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Hey, I have two macs in my home and a junk pc in the basement with a microsfot wireless basestation. Now i am wondering if it is possible for me to have my printer connected to my macbook via usb, and be able to print from my imac in the next room on that printer.

Is this possible? I've searched through apple's support pages and cant seem to find anything related to this topic. Can anyone help me out here?

Thanks,
Ian
Yes it's possible:

http://docs.info.apple.com/article.h.../en/mh987.html

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Thanks alot! I've been trying to figure this out... I guess i was using the wrong keywords... Oh well its all done now. Thanks again.
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