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You must already be connected to the network in order to add a network printer.

The process for mapping a network printer is specific to the operating system on your PC. Click a link below for specific instructions.

Map a Network Printer in Windows XP

Map a Network Printer in Windows Vista

 

 

Map a Network Printer in Windows XP

To add a network printer, perform the following steps:
 

  1. From the Windows Start menu, select Start.
     

  2. Click Settings, then click Printers and Faxes.

    The Printers and Faxes window opens.


     

  3. Click Add a Printer in the Printer Tasks pane.

    The Add a Printer Wizard opens.


     

  4. Click Next to continue.


     

  5. Select the A network printer option, and then click Next.


     

  6. Begin typing the path and name of the printer you want to add, choose a printer from the drop-down combo box, and then click Next.


     

  7. Choose Yes or No depending on whether or not this will be your Default printer, and then click Next.


     

  8. Click Finish.

    It is not necessary to restart your computer.

You are now connected to the network printer.

 

 

 

Map a Network Printer in Windows Vista

This topic is still under construction.

 

 

 


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