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Wireless printing I have a kodak all in one printer 5500 upstairs and would like to print wirelessly from my laptop downstairs.

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Not possible... kodak all in one esp-7 and esp-9 support wireless printing. what u can do is, u can connect ur printer and computer through usb cable and then give a print command from ur computer. be it internet or any document on ur computer. kodak printer will give u high-quality prints,but ur printer does not support wireless printing.

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