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configure drop down and about 1/2 way done there a section "type of emulation" with options for display and printer.
Personal opinion: I'm not a big fan of this. The computer has to be on with the emulation running to use that specific printer (and users always forget). If the comuter gets replaced, you have to reconfigure it. Typically, this is used with desktop printers, which I would like to move away from except in cases where the user is dealing with confidential information. I think there is less hardcopies being created in recent years and users become more familiar with viewing documents on line. I advocate centrally located in an area network printers.