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Removing Classic Printers


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Is there any way to remove classic printers without booting into OS9? I used the desktop printer utility to set up a couple printers using IP printing, now I have removed one of the printers from the network and would like to remove the ability to chose that printer when trying to print. Thanks for the help.
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