My Network Places


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My Network Places

The source of network information in Windows 2000, ME and XP. It was previously known as Network Neighborhood and subsequently renamed simply Network. See Win My Network Places.
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* Open the My Network Places applet and double click the Add Network Place.
* If you now click Finish, the applet will complete the setup process, creating an entry for the printer in My Network Places. [4] The system will automatically copy down the appropriate drivers and create entries in the Printers applet for the new printer.
X2Net Recent Documents actually appears inside Windows Explorer itself, much like My Documents, My Computer and My Network Places do.
Click on My Computer> My Network Places, then View Network Connections >Create A New Connection and follow the Wizard to set up a home or small office network.
You can use this tip with other system icons such as My Documents, My Network Places etc IAN MALLEY www.ianmalley.com