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Mac and 810 compatible?

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I have a Mac and want to use the Dell All-in-one 810 printer...

anyone can help, that would make a grumpy old designer happy!

thanks Gino

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Unfortunately most DELL printers have no Mac compatibility and the 810 is no exeption, having no printer drivers for it makes it virtually useless on a Mac as the two devices can't communicate with each other.

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