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If you already have a color printer, or if your prints consist of text and some simple graphics, a monochrome printer may be all you need. Here are some tips to keep in mind when shopping for a black-and-white multifunction device.
Have a burning desire to print selected text? Here's one solution.
The N-up and Sampler templates are gone from iPhoto '08. Use a custom print size to get close to their results.
Computers were supposed to make paperless offices possible, but most of us are surrounded by more pages than ever. It’s possible to break free from paper’s grip, however.
Christopher Breen answers reader questions about blurry iMovie stills, nonprinting printers, syncing select contacts, and iMovie chapters as iDVD clips.
Many people assume that when printing photos at home, you have to use paper from the same company that makes your printer. But while there are certain advantages to sticking with the same brand, it's not your only option.
There are many large and small companies that offer excellent papers for your photo inkjet printer. Here are a few of our favorites.
Blurry details. Runny ink. Unsightly blotches. Getting the best prints from your ink-jet printer can be tricky. We’ll show you how to recognize and correct the most-common print problems.
Sharing a printer among multiple computers over an AirPort network usually just works. But according to online reports and reader mail, it doesn’t work all the time. Here are five basic troubleshooting steps.