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If your printer does not appear in the Printer pop-up menu, find and install the appropriate driver. Check any CD-ROM discs included with the printer, or the website of your printer's manufacturer. Only users with an administrator account can install software.
Tip: You can also open the Printer List window from Printer Center (Mac OS X 10.2.8 or earlier) or the Printer Setup Utility (Mac OS X 10.3 Panther, or later).
Check the Printer menu again after installing the software. If the printer does not appear, you may need to do this:
How to add a network printer (AppleTalk or LPR)
Adding an AppleTalk or LPR network printer is very similar to adding a USB printer. In Step 4 above, you would choose AppleTalk or "LPR Printers using IP" from the pop-up menu. From there, the setup differs slightly.
Question mark appears, or trouble finding a printer?
If you can't find the printer you want to add in the list of connection methods, make sure you're choosing the right connection type for your printer. Some printers may use custom input-output modules, such as "Epson AppleTalk". You may need to select one of these custom options in order to add your printer. If there's a question mark on the printer's icon, or Print Center or Print Setup Utility lists it as unsupported, check for an updated software version at the manufacturer's website, or the Mac OS X downloads page.
Tip for software installation
Your printer may appear in the printer list before manufacturer-required software is installed. If you have such a printer, remove the printer from your printer list before installing the software. Add the printer back to the list after you've installed the software.
Printers whose drivers or PPDs are included with Mac OS X
Additional Information See these articles for lists of printer drivers and PPD files included with Mac OS X:
25587: Mac OS X 10.3: Included PPDs for PostScript Printers
25588: Mac OS X 10.3: Raster (Inkjet) Printer Drivers Included
107001: Mac OS X 10.2: Included Ink Jet Printer Drivers
107002: Mac OS X 10.2: Included PPDs and Use of PostScript Printers
106490: Mac OS X 10.1: Many Third-Party Ink Jet Printer Drivers Are Included
106516: Mac OS X 10.1: Includes PPDs for Many PostScript Printers
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