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          :::::  This Week's Computer Tip  :::::   

One of my co-workers was having a problem where the printer 
kept printing her documents backwards - from the last page 
to the first. It's not a serious problem, but it can be 
annoying! I thought others might have this issue too, so I 
can give you some general directions how to fix it:

1. Click on "Start" and point to "Settings" and click on 
"Printers". If you are using XP, just click on "Start" and 
then "Printers and Faxes".

2. In the Printers window, right click on the printer you 
are using, and click "Properties".

3. In the printer properties window, click on the "General" 
tab on the top and then the "Printing Preferences..." button 
near the bottom of the window.

4. In the printing preferences window, click on the "Features" 
tab, and look near the bottom of the page. You will see a 
selection that says "Start printing from last page".

5. Just click to remove the check mark from that selection 
and click "OK" twice to save your settings.

Disclaimer: Advice presented as informational and is true to 
the best of my knowledge.

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