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Got Mac/Apple Questions? We’ve Got Experts! HP Expert Day – Nov 6, '13

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Thank you for coming to Expert Day – the event has now concluded.

 

**To find out about future HP Expert Day events, check out this page**

 

On behalf of the Experts, I would like to thank you for coming to the Forum to connect with us.  We hope you will return to the boards to share your experiences, both good and bad.

 

We will be holding more of these Expert Days on different topics in the months to come.  We hope to see you then!

 

If you still have questions to ask, feel free to post them on the Forum – we always have Experts on the HP Support Forum to help you out.

 

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On November 6, 2013, the Consumer Support Forum will host an Expert Day dedicated to answering your questions about Mac OS X, iOS and AirPrint™ for HP products and peripherals. With the introduction of Apple’s new OS X Mavericks, we’re ready to help with set-up, installation and general HP compatibility questions all day long.

 

Join Mac experts on the forum between 8:00am and 6:00pm Pacific Time to learn all about Mac compatibility with HP printing and peripheral solutions.  No question is off-limits and the event is free for both in-and out-of warranty products.

 

How to Participate

 

To participate in Mac Expert Day, simply log into the Consumer Support forum and head to the Mac Printing & Scanning Board to post a question. Select the “Email me when someone replies” option to receive a notification when and Expert addresses your question. 

 

If you are not already a forum member, simply click “Register Now” on the forum home page (www.hp.com/supportforum) and follow the quick registration process.

 

Remember to say "Thanks" by clicking the Kudos Star in the post that helped you.  You can also mark the post that solves your problem as "Accepted Solution."

  

For more information regarding HP peripherals for Apple products visit www.hp.com/go/mac.

 

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Looking forward to seeing you on November 6th!


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