Installing a Local Printer

Most new printers are plug and play compatible with Windows 10. When you receive your new printer, you can unbox it and remove any orange tape you see. After plugging in the power and turning the printer on, allow the printer to initialize (most new printers will have a display to show you it’s progress). When the printer finishes initializing, you can just connect the usb printer cable from the printer to your computer. Windows 10 should automatically install the printer for you.

Connecting to a Network Printer

Employees are able to add network printers to their own machines.

  1. Do a search for printers, and click on “Printers & Scanners”

  2. Click on “Add a printer or scanner”

  3. The list will start to populate and if you find your printer you can click on it and then click on “Add device”, otherwise scroll down to the bottom of the list and select “The printer I wanted wasn’t listed”

  4. In the new dialog box, select “Find a printer in the directory” and click “next”

  5. Search for your printer and double click on it when you find it.

  6. A box will let you know that the printer was successfully installed. Click “Next”

  7. You can click on “Print a Test Page” to verify you are connected to the right printer otherwise click on “Finish”

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