How to Sync to a Printer

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Syncing to a printer is a great way to make sure all of your devices can communicate with one another. Sync to a printer with help from a digital, mobile and social media aficionado in this free video clip.

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Hi, my name is Wandia, I'm a social media enterprise architect. I love to geek out on all things digital, that's social media marketing, mobile media, the whole nine. You could find out more about me at www.Wandia.info. Today, we're going to talk about how to sync to a printer. Now, with a Mac computer, it's really easy and that's what I'm going to demo here, on. Typically, all you do is, you use your flash, your drive which is connected to your printer. And you just connect it into your computer, into the flash drive section, right there. And pretty much it's synced, there's no software necessary, there's no, it reads the printer pretty easily. On a PC, you need to install the software that comes with your printer and run it on your computer. Sometimes a Mac will prompt you to install the software as well, but generally it will pick up whatever computer it is and sync it up, especially if it wired. So, now, you go into whichever document you choose, I will just bring up any document here. I can pretty much pick a nice one from Safari's pages, so I can show you, and hit Print. And you'll notice here that the printer under the Printer options, you'll see several printer options, including the one I just plugged in. Which is this Photosmart 4200 Series. Now, this WorkForce 630 is a wireless printer that doesn't need to be programmed, you just simply say, Add Printer and it's synced in. And you select the printer that you want, hit print and you're good to go. I hope that tip was helpful, and if you need additional information, feel free to reach me at www.Wandia.info.

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