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Can the Pro9000 work shared through XP or a print server?


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I have the canon i960, it will not work with my WPS54g or connected as a share to my windows XP box.

Does anyone know if the Canon Pro9000 works like this?

If not I may have to go with the Epson Stylus 1400.
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