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I am a bit thick ???


Geoffphoto e2
8 13.5k United Kingdom
1 Mar 2012 3:47PM
I just want to pick a few brains and would like an answer in easy words . I want to buy a new wireless printer and nobody here in Cornwall can tell me if I can use a Mac in my office and a PC in the living room to send messages to the same printer at the same time . I just got a sharp intake of breath and the classic, "I don't know nuffin' about Macs !" when I asked at the shop. HELP !!!

I'm a bit thick when it comes to clever things like computers Sad

Thanks folks

Geoff

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mikehit e2
5 7.1k 11 United Kingdom
1 Mar 2012 4:07PM
Yes, it is possible.
darranl e2
5 318 England
1 Mar 2012 4:16PM
What is important is that all 3 are in range of your router.
Its not a problem but some printers wifi don't work with macs, so you will have to check. you could try the following link. they give great advice
http://forums.macrumors.com/
strawman e2
11 22.0k 16 United Kingdom
2 Mar 2012 12:08AM

Quote:Its not a problem but some printers wifi don't work with macs
Is that not a definition of a problem for some printers and mac's?
NikLG e2
9 1.7k England
2 Mar 2012 11:08AM
I have a Canon wifi printer, and have printed from my iMac, my Windows laptop, my iPad, my iPhone and my GFs PowerBook....so I don't really think you'll have a issue.

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