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How do I find my HP 5610 network printer (Windows) on my MACbook?

I print easily from my PC notebook but cannot get started on my (new) MACbook! None of the MAC help windows seem to recognize my problem. The wireless network works fine for internet connections, but I get nowhere with the print winows! Any pointers or solutions?
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    New MacBook Air and existing Cannon MG5420 printer need to be wirelessly connected and I haven't a clue as Mac is new to me.

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