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Adding an IP printer
An IP printer is a network printer that uses TCP/IP protocols (such as LPD/LPR, IPP, or Socket or Jet Direct) to communicate with your computer. If the IP printer you want to use isn’t listed when you print, you can add it to your list of available printers.
To add an IP printer, you need to know its IP address or DNS name.
To add an IP printer:
Choose File > Print, and then choose Add Printer from the Printer pop-up menu.
Click IP in the toolbar of the dialog that appears.
Choose the appropriate printing protocol from the Protocol pop-up menu.
Type the IP address or DNS name for the printer in the Address field.
If your printer requires it, type the queue name for your printer in the Queue Name field. If you don’t know the queue name, see your network administrator for assistance.
Enter a name and location for the printer, so you can identify it in the Printer pop-up menu.
If the Print Using pop-up menu doesn’t display the name of your printer’s model, choose the item appropriate for your printer from the Print Using pop-up menu, and then select your printer in the Model Name list.
Your computer can usually detect whether a printer has special accessories installed, such as additional paper trays, extra memory, or a duplex unit. If it can’t, a dialog appears that lets you specify them. Make sure the settings in that dialog accurately reflect your printer’s installed accessories so you can take full advantage of them.
Edited by RussellA on 9/1/2010 at 2:45 AM EST