How to Install Network Printer In Mac OS X

Install Network Printer In Mac OS X is very easy. . The Network printer work on the basis of the IP address and Connected in your LAN. Benefit of the network printer is that you no need to have Printer on every computer in your office. you can print your document any computer from your network.  
Install Network Printer On Mac OS X

 

Install Network Printer In Mac OS X

 
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1. First of all ensure that Network printer should be connect with LAN and assign the IP address of the Network printer.
Suppose IP Address of the Network Printer is 172.17.3.62
 
2. Now Go to Computer and then Click on Apple menu and then Click on System Preferences .
 
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3. Now on the System Preference Windows , Double-click on Print & Scanners Icon from the Hardware Section.
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4. Now Printer & Scanners windows open , Now Click on + Plus Sign on the Left Pane to add printer .
 
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5. Now Click on the IP Tab in the Add Windows , then Do below setting in the Appropriate Filed and then Click on Add Button .
 
Address    172.17.3.62 ( IP Address of the Printer which you want to Add)

Protocol  – Now Click the Drop-down menu and then Select Protocol ( Line Printer Daemon -LPD)

Queue      – You Can Leave It Blank for Default Queue

Name       – Type the Name of the Printer

Location – Type the Location of the Printer 

Use            – Now Click on the Drop-down menu and then Select Printer Model . It will Install Printer Driver .

6. Now You will see that Network Printer has been added to List of printer .
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