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I am a bit thick ???

Geoffphoto 9 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


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mikehit Plus
6 8.0k 13 United Kingdom
1 Mar 2012 4:07PM
Yes, it is possible.
darranl 6 318 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
strawman 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 10 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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