Can you send documents to a printer from an Ipad


Yes, you can use a wireless printer with an iPad. You just have to sync the two devices. again!

Can you hook up a wireless printer to an iPad

The iPad 2 has a feature called AirPrint that allows you to print wirelessly with virtually any wireless printer. On the original iPad there wasn't AirPrint, but you can search for third party apps to assist in printing.

How do you set up your iPad to print off of your wireless printer

If your wireless printer has something called AirPrint, just turn it on and you can connect your iPad easily. If not, you'll need an app to make it work.

How do i hook up a printer to my ipad

You can't direclty hook up a printer to an iPod. You can print wirelessly using apps or sync with a desktop or laptop.

8 Responses to “Can you send documents to a printer from an Ipad”

What sends a document to a printer?

By shlomisa October 24th, 2012 at 22:52:42

One of the quickest ways to send documents to an iPad is through email. An iPad will simply launch its built-in “Mail” application for its owner to access your email, read its message and then view a document that you have attached. Out of the box, i

By ganima October 25th, 2012 at 01:39:55

No matter what type of printer you use or what you use it for, both ink and paper are expensive. Printing page after page of poor quality printouts costs you money, so it is important to make sure every page is a good one before you push th…

By djhenry21 October 25th, 2012 at 03:30:24

Well, most document programs have some sort of “Print” option. You know, File, Print. (Ex: Microsoft Word, WordPad, notepad). If you’re not printing a document that you wrote, it tends to differ. Try right-clicking somewhere and look for th…

By GospelLabs October 25th, 2012 at 05:13:05

Is there an iPhone or iPad app that let’s you print documents and photos to a wireless printer?

By Doc Great October 25th, 2012 at 07:34:01

How do you print with an iPad and Microsoft? Hey, I am a student and this summer I am going to make enough money for an iPad. I have currently got an iPod Touch 1G and I love all the apps, video and music. I want to go a step further and get an iPad because of school work. The only thing that is stopping me from buying one is the fact that can you print your iWork document from the iPad simply. I don’t want to go through a whole process of different apps, I don’t care if I have to send the document to another computer but then how do I change the format without iWork on that computer. I also do not have a printer connected to the PC with iTunes on it. Please can someone help. I will be so grateful.
Many thanks.

By nets October 25th, 2012 at 10:51:50

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By lrdvdr October 25th, 2012 at 13:31:14

Teenager nowadays, crying for those to earn it. Kemainnnn RT NadyKarim: Kids nowadays, getting ipad and tab for their birthday. Kemainnnnnn

By dreamygirl October 25th, 2012 at 15:57:04

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