PRINTING FROM SUPPORTED MAC OS X PRINTERS
PRINTING FROM UNSUPPORTED MAC OS X PRINTERS
BASIC AIRPRINT INSTRUCTIONS
This really couldn’t be much easier if you meet the above-listed requirements. There is nothing to turn on – AirPrint is on by default, and nothing to adjust in your Settings app.
– To use AirPrint you just open an app that supports it – such as the built-in Safari, Mail, or Photos apps, and more 3rd party apps as they add support for the new feature.
– Once you’re in an app that supports AirPrint, you just tap the Share icon (generally the one that looks like an envelope with a rightward pointing arrow in it).
– That will bring up a popup with a short list of actions you can take on the photo / email / web page you are on. Print will be one of those actions. Tap on that.
– Now you’ll see the Printer Options popover. The first field in is Printer, with a prompt to Select Printer. Tap that and AirPrint will search for supported wireless printers on your network. If you have one, it should find and show your printer – just tap to select it.
– Once you have selected your printer, the only setting under Printer Options is number of copies to print. It defaults to one copy, but you can tap to adjust it. If you need to alter other print settings, you’re going to need to do that on the printer itself or via your PC.
That’s all there is to it. As you can see the hardest part is just having the right equipment. Hopefully we will see support for shared printers added soon via an Apple update and more new wireless printers offering AirPrint support.
And for those who are asking is the toshiba copier air print capable. You can make them do just that. Now back to our discussion…
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