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Old 09-19-2012, 09:39 AM   #9
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andrew: Does the printer connect directly to the computer via wifi, or at you connecting to a router? Or how does this work?
Limited experience here but what you do when setting up the printer for wifi is to enter the router's SSID--this was done via the lcd panel on the printer--and my guess is that it works the same way as any other wifi device. When my sister sends something to the printer, the print window looks like any other print window and the printer prints--I actually don't think I've ever looked at the actual printer port via Control Panel > Printers > specificprinter > Properties because we just tested the initial setup by sending text data to the printer (probably from Office since my sister uses that) and it printed so I didn't look any further.

Hope that helps...

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