|Is the shop attached to the house and are both systems connecting to the same router? Do you have a LAN set up so the two systems can see each other?|
Have you enabled File & Printer sharing in each? Share the printer in the system it is attached to. ( Rightclick>properties>sharing)
Now "Install" the network printer in the other machine using the printer wizard. It is almost foolproof.
This simple configuration requires the Host machine ( The one with the printer attached) to be turned on when printing from the client machine.
If you want to be able to print independantly from each machine you will need a printserver to turn it into a true network printer. I actually use a separate HP E-vectra P3 SFF machine running Win2K as a printserver in my home network.
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