Hooking up Wireless printer

How to Set Up Google Print on Your Chromebook

Paper is going the way of the DVD, but you still need to print out the occasional work document, digital concert ticket or online form. With your Chromebook, wireless printing to a network-attached or cloud-ready printer is just a matter of switching on a few settings, thanks to the Chrome Web browser and Google Cloud Print. This Web-based interface connects to the desk printer at home and the executive laser printer at work - and lets you choose which device prints the file. Your printing - no matter how seldom - gets done fast and easy. Here’s how to set it up.

Set Up a Classic Network-Attached Printer

If your printer is connected to your computer via USB or a local access network, these are the instructions you’ll need to set up access via Google Print.

  1. Launch Google Chrome on the computer attached to the same network as the printer.Click the Menu button. Make sure you are signed into your Google account within Chrome.
  2. Select Show Advanced Settings from the bottom of the screen.
  3. Click the “Sign in to Google Print” button. This will allow you to connect your Google Account to the Google Print service.
  4. Tap Add Printer(s) The message will change instantly.
  5. Select Manage Your Printers. This will take you to Google Print.
  6. Select Printers from the menu on the left. Here you’ll see a list of printers connected to the computer you are using.

Go to Settings.Set up a Cloud-Ready Printer

If you have a cloud-connected printer, setup instructions vary by the brand of your printer. Don’t worry, Google has provided step-by-step instructions for every printer manufacturer with cloud-enabled hardware.

  1. Follow steps 1 - 8 above.
  2. Select Add a Cloud Ready Printer from the menu on the left side. This will take you to a Google Print page with instructions for cloud-enabled printers built by Canon, Dell, Epson, HP and Kodak.
  3. Find the manufacturer of your printer and follow the instructions to set up Google Print.

How to Print Using Google Print

  1. Select the menu icon in the top-right corner of the Chrome Web browser.
  2. Choose Print from the drop-down menu.
  3. Select the desired printer by clicking Change... under Destination within the menu on the left side
  4. Pick the destination printer that works best for you.
  5. Tweak settings such as Page Range, Page Layout/Orientation, Margins, etc.
When you print something from the Chrome browser,  these printers will appear as output destinations.
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How to hook up wireless printer? | Yahoo Answers

Turn your wireless on your laptop then turn the printer on. The laptop will look for a wireless connection...when it finds the printer it will ask if you want to connect....say Yes.

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