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  PostScript® Printing Without a Printer- Windows® 98 - Part Two   Buy Graphics & DTP Software!
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3. The next screen asks you if you want this to be a local printer or a network printer. Select "Local printer", then click "Next". Don't worry that there is no real printer attached....

4. The next screen asks you to choose a manufacturer and printer. In this case we will choose Apple® as the manufacturer (but this is not the only manufacturer of PostScript printers). From the left pane choose "Apple" and from the right pane choose "Apple Color LW 12/660 PS" then click the "Next" button. If you don't see Apple as an available manufacturer, then you can click the "Have Disk" button and install it from the operating system CD that comes with the computer. The point is that there are plenty of PostScript printers that come with the operating system so you need not worry if you have one or not. You may have to install them from the CD at this step, though.



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