Friday, 27 September 2013

How to print to your Mac's printer from anywhere?

Now, you can print to your Mac’s printer from anywhere. Want to know how? Well, have a look on this tutorial.

Mac's printer

In case, you need to print from anywhere from Mac’s printer then use Apple's Back To My Mac service.
For this, follow the below tips:
1.Firstly, you should configure your printer as a device your Mac can use. By using print and scan system preferences, you can set up the printer on your Mac.
2.After that, use the Sharing system preferences to enable printer sharing on the network as well as enable the newly configured printer. 
3.In case, you don’t have Apple iCloud account then create one and configure your system to use it.
4.Then enable Back to My Mac service in iCloud. Through this, you can locate your system from any other Mac you have configured with iCloud.
By doing this setup, you can access printer remotely. You need to sign into iCloud on your remote Mac and add new printer. In the printer selector, you can see your Mac's shared printer listed as a "Bonjour Shared" printer and have a name that includes the printer name and the computer name. 
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