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jrphill2
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How do I set up my iPad to print?

How do I set up my iPad tp print on the network HP 8600?

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Herculean
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Re: How do I set up my iPad to print?

Hi jrphill2,

 

Try this out:

First, connect your printer wirelessly to your router.

1. From printer front panel, press Wireless>Wireless Settings>Wireless Setup Wizard and follow the onscreen instructions to successfully connect your printer with an IP address.

If your printer supports WPS wireless connection you can perform that method from the printer front panel too.

 

Secondly, connect your iPad to the same router.

1. Connect your iPad to the Internet and download the free HP ePrint Home & Biz app from the apps store.

2. Connect your iPad to the same network as the printer. Settings>Network.

3. Use the new HP Home & Biz app to print and scan photos or docs from your iPad!

Alternatively, you can also perform Airprint on the iPad thru the wireless network from the Photos menu in your iPad.

 

 

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Shiroh
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Re: How do I set up my iPad to print?

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garytech1
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Re: How do I set up my iPad to print?

Hi Shiroh,

 

Are you having trouble printing from your iPad?  What printer do you have?  Do you have your printer on your network?  

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hoching
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Re: How do I set up my iPad to print?

I have a AirExtreme router connected to my HP Officepro 8600 printer via a cable. I can use wi-fi to print remote on my MacPro but not with my Ipad and Iphone, Ipad mini. The message "No airprint printers found".

 

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