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I want to print to my printer from my Ipad


jonboy1931

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I have an HP Deskjet F2100 all in one printer,I don't think it is wireless but i am printing wirelessly from my laptop to it,i now have an apple ipad 2 which i want to print from, i have put the app Printershare onto my ipad and when i ask it to print it asks for my printer IP Address, i had trouble finding the address but when i found it it says that it's the wrong address and dos'ent recognise it,any help would be appretiated.

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rdave13

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I've found this, PrintDirect and it shows that it will print via the PC to the printer as well as to a wifi printer. I don't know how much it costs and how it works as never used it. The free app. You will need to find out more info by their sample pdf? Anyway, worth looking at.

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iscanut2

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Not sure what your last post is all about, but to print from an I Pad you normally need an Air Print capable printer. However, I use a program called Presto, which was reviewed in a PCA mag a couple of months ago and I can print from my I Pad to my non air print printer. It works fine. Worth having a look click here

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jonboy1931

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Hi thanks it's the IP of the printer.

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iscanut2

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I may have assumed that your printer was not air print compatible but perhaps it is so if so, ignore my posting.

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