I've read through this forums many threads on printing, and still don't have printing capabilities in Windows XP after trying all the sugestions: installing bonjour, and installing my printers own drivers. Simply put, Parallels is not a fully functional program that should be on the market if it can not do basic printing. If you read the threads some users manage to get it working depending on their set-up, while others never find a solution after weeks, and several Beta revisions. The posts stating that we should "read the threads" aren't helpful, as much as they're just patronizing. If this issue keeps coming up, it's because it hasn't been addressed properly. Now I'm not trying to bash this software, I am asking for help in the way of a definitive solution for the most basic feature: Printing. I need this program for my work, and purchased an Intel Mac under the assumption that Parallels would allow me to use IE6 for a Real Estate MLS site and allow me to print search results, etc. I'm using Windows XP Home with Parallels 3036, and a Canon S750 printer. I installed Bonjour, or at least tried, but I can't get through the wizard setup without it asking for a CD, and trying to install files which don't exist. That eventually leads to a " You do not have sufficient access to your computer to connect to the selected printer" message. Also, tried installing Canon drivers for Windows, and shared printing is checked. No luck. I can print fine in OSX. Please help! If there is something simple and basic in the way of a fix to be done, then there need to be a simple toutorial posted or better yet, a Beta revision that simplifies this process so any user can manage to print a silly document. Thanks in advance for the help.