Network Printing on Mac OS X

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== Reconfiguring a Network Printer on OS X ==
 
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=== Step 1 - Open Map Dialogue ===
 
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*Select '''Finder'''
 
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*Click the '''Apple''' symbol in the top left and select '''System Preferences'''
 
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=== Step 2 - Select Print & Fax ===
 
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=== Step 3 - Click the "'''-'''" Button below the printers list ===
 
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After clicking on the printer to be re-configured, select the "'''-'''" Button.
 
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=== Step 4 - See Step 3 of 'Adding a Network Printer' above  ===
 
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Latest revision as of 10:35, 12 August 2014

Contents

The following tutorial was done on a machine running OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard). Other versions of OS X use most of the same procedures and actions to map a network drive.

Instructions

Adding a Network Printer

Step 1 - Open Map Dialogue

  • Select Finder
  • Click the Apple symbol in the top left and select System Preferences

Step 2 - Select Print & Fax

Step 3 - Click the "+" Button below the printers list

After clicking the "+" Button you may need to select Add Other Printer or Scanner.

Step 4 - Type the Printer's Hostname

  • Select the IP Tab
  • Type the hostname of the printer in the field labeled Address
  • Click the Add button
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