Here's our Windows XP Tip for.. July 15, 2003
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Prints Great, Even Late
If you'd like to print massive amounts of material while you sleep quietly, far removed from the smell of ozone, you can schedule your printing for when you're not around. To do this, click Start, Settings and choose Printers. When the Printer window opens, right-click your printer icon and choose Properties. Now click the Scheduling tab. Select From and then pick your time range. After you make the choices, click OK to close the dialog box and record your changes.
If you would like to print some documents immediately and some later as scheduled, you can create a new "printer" just like your current printer. The only difference is that you use scheduling on the second printer. You can give the new printer a distinctive name (such as
Midnight) and use it to print those scheduled documents.