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Setting up your settings for your local printer


Microsoft Office 2013 users, ever get annoyed with Microsoft One Note which prevents you from printing something directly without changing the setting in your Microsoft Word, Power-point, Excel and even Adobe Reader and you want to set your local printer as your default printer? Here is how you can do it. Hope it helps~ :)

Step 1:
Press window button+ Q button (For Windows 8 and 8.1 users) and type devices and printer


Step 2:

After you accessed the devices and printer window, right click your default printer and press set as default printer( i choose HP 2510 because it is my local printer.)


Step 3:
Then, you are done. You can print your things without changing the printer settings anymore if you want to print things using your local printer. :)
Setting up your settings for your local printer Setting up your settings for your local printer Reviewed by Kenneth Xeonnate Yong on 18:13 Rating: 5

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