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Can anyone help a novice? I have two computers with USB ports that I'd like to connect simultaneously to one printer (via' USB). What do I need to accomplish this? (I recognize that I can always take the USB cable out of one and connect it to the other when I want to print - but I was looking for something where this step can be avoided).
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Hey barbethvill and welcome to GeekstoGO!

I'm pretty sure you can do this by using a USB HUB. It will allow usb ports to connect to one.
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