With later editions of Windows or Mac OS X, you have the capability of logging in to a computer, wherever it is connected to the Internet, as long as you know the IP address and the login/password (oh, and remote access is enabled). If you can log on to a remote computer or use a remote computer as a home-based server, there's no reason why you shouldn't be able to share your printer with another Internet user. This means you could print your work on a printer, whether it is connected in a building down the road or at the other side of the world.
PrinterAnywhere 1.08 is a free tool that will enable you to share your printer on your Internet connection. If you have a static IP, your details will never change, so if you have an expensive colour laser printer, you could even set yourself up as a semi-commercial publishing house and enable access to your printer to those with your details.
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