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Printing Files Directly From Windows Explorer

Did you know that you don't have to open up a file to print it?

Here's a little known trick that lets you to print files right from Windows Explorer without having to open its associated program first.

Simply right-click on the file in Windows Explorer and select Print from the popup menu. If you need to print multiple files, just hold down the CTRL key while selecting the files you want to print. Then right-click and Print.

The way this works is Windows opens the application associated with each file, prints the file(s), and then immediately closes the application.

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