Driver Wireless Dell
Add your printer as a network resource with OS X.
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Installing a wireless printer in your workplace enables your employees and co-workers to send print jobs without leaving their workspace. Setting up a Wi-Fi-capable printer can also help to de-clutter your workspace by allowing you to avoid long, snaking printer cables. Once your Dell printer is active on your company's wireless network, you can send it print jobs via the Print dialog available in most Windows applications.
Insert the software installation disc that came with your Dell printer into your computer's optical drive and proceed with the automated installation of the Dell Printer software. Ensure that you install the software on a computer that has access to your company's Wi-Fi network.
Connect the printer to your computer using the USB cable that came with the device.
Click the Start button and click "Programs."
Click "Dell Printers" and click "Dell Printer Home."
Click the "Settings" tab and click "Wireless Setup Utility."
Select your company's wireless network from the list of available networks and click "Continue."
Enter your Wi-Fi network access password. If a pop-up dialog appears asking whether you want to allow your Dell software to access your network, click "OK" or "Continue."
Disconnect the printer's USB cable when prompted. Devices on your company's Wi-Fi network can now print wirelessly on your Dell printer.
- Information in this article applies to computers running the Windows 7 operating system. It may vary slightly or significantly with other versions or products.