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How to print from a chromebook

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Updated July 11, 2017, 11:06pm EDT

How to print from a chromebook

While many of us have strived to move into an all digital world, printing is still a necessary evil for most people. If you’re a Chromebook user, printing can be a bit of a pain, but thanks to some recent changes by Google, it just got a little bit more convenient.

Traditionally, Chromebooks have relied exclusively on Google Cloud Print for all printing needs. The biggest problem there is that not all printers are Cloud Print ready, which can cause issues for anyone trying to print from a Chromebook. Fortunately, Google recently added a way to add local printers to Chromebooks—it’s not as simple as it is on other PCs, but at least it’s something. We’ll cover both local and cloud methods in this post, so you’ll be covered either way you go.

How to Use Google Cloud Print on a Chromebook

Before we get into how to add your printer to Cloud Print, l want to note that this assumes you’ve already gone through the necessary steps to set your printer up on your network. Each manufacturer is different, so I’ll direct you to their instructions to learn how to get yours set up.

If Your Printer Is Cloud Ready

If your printer is cloud ready, you can easily do everything you need to do from your Chromebook. To find out if your printer is cloud ready, jump over to this list and look up your particular model.

There are two different generations of cloud ready printers: version 1 and version 2. These versions are noted on the Cloud Ready Printers page—if it doesn’t have a “V2” indicator, then it’s a V1 printer. V2s are easier to set up, so we’ll tackle that first.

Once you’ve confirmed that your model is V2 cloud ready, you can add it to your Chromebook by doing the following:

  1. Open the browser, type chrome://devices in the address bar, and press Enter.
  2. Find your printer in the New Devices menu and click the “Manage” button next to it.
  3. Click “Register” to confirm your printer.

How to print from a chromebook

Back on your printer, it should ask you to confirm that you want to add it to Cloud Print. Click “OK” (or whatever button) to make it happen.

Jump over to Google Cloud Print on the web to make sure your printer has been added. Done and done.

If your printer is V1, things get a little tricker and more proprietary. Unfortunately, you’ll need to find how to add it specifically from the manufacturer. Sorry. You could always just buy a new printer, which honestly might be easier.

If Your Printer Isn’t Cloud Ready

Technically, you can add any printer with Wi-Fi to Google Cloud Print, regardless of whether it’s “cloud ready” or not. The problem here is that you can’t add a non-cloud ready printer to Google Cloud Print from a Chromebook—it requires Chrome on a Windows PC or Mac. I, too, am confused by this.

So, if you have a PC or Mac handy, you can add that printer to Google Cloud Print by doing the following:

  1. Add your printer to your computer.
  2. Open Chrome, type chrome://devices in the address bar, and press Enter.
  3. Under “Classic Printers,” click Add Printers.
  4. Select the printer you want to add and click “Add Printer”.

How to print from a chromebook

From there, you’re ready to print from a network-connected, non-cloud ready printer. Woo!

How to Use a Local Printer on a Chromebook

You know what’s neat? Local printers now work on Chromebooks! This has been a long time coming, and you can finally bypass the Cloud Printer requirement and straight up add a printer to your Chromebook.

In Chrome OS version 59, Google added this feature to the stable channel, so pretty much everyone running Chrome OS on a relatively modern device should be able to access it now. Unfortunately, it’s not as simple adding a printer to a Windows PC or Mac, but at least it’s possible now.

Before you try to add the printer, you’ll need to know its IP address. There are many ways to do this, and we’ve outlined some of them in this guide. So find the IP address of your printer, write it down, and come back here.

Then, jump into your Chromebook’s settings menu by clicking the system tray, then the gear icon.

How to print from a chromebook

Scroll down and click “Advanced,” then scroll some more till you see the “Printing” section. You’re almost there.

How to print from a chromebook

Click on “Printers,” then Add Printer.

How to print from a chromebook

From here, give the printer a name and input its IP address that you found earlier. All the other settings should be fine left at the default.

How to print from a chromebook

On the next screen, you may have to enter your printer’s model information if it can be automatically detected. This is where things can get a little hairy—my printer info wasn’t listed here. I assume it’s because mine is cloud-ready, but I can’t be sure.

How to print from a chromebook

From there, you can just click “Add” and in theory it should connect. Of course, these are printers we’re talking about, which are also known that “the world’s most difficult tech.” So things can (and probably will) go wrong. If that happens, you’ll just have to troubleshoot your specific model of printer, unfortunately.

Once everything does get lined out, however, you should be good to go.

There are many advantages of using a lightweight laptop like a Chromebook. Sure, they are somewhat different from Windows 10 laptops and MacBooks given their web-first roots. However, they can easily handle simple tasks just like the competition — even printing.

Pairing a printer with your Chromebook is fairly simple, but the method is slightly different. Here’s how to set up wired and wireless printers to print from a Chromebook.

Further reading

  • How to take a screenshot on a Chromebook
  • Best games for the Chromebook
  • How to install Windows on a Chromebook

Set up your printer with WiFi

This guide assumes that you already added the printer to your wireless network. If not, many modern printers include an embedded touch display that walks you through a setup wizard. If no display is present, grab the manual or download it from the manufacturer’s website.

If you have a printer that does not support wireless printing, skip to the next section. Otherwise, make sure the printer is on, functioning properly, and connected to the wireless network.

Step 1: Click the System Clock located in the bottom right corner, and verify that your Chromebook is connected to the same network as the printer.

Step 2: With the pop-up menu still active, click the Gear icon, as shown below. This opens the Settings window.

Step 3: Click the down arrow next to Advanced to expand the menu.

Step 4: Click Printing on the expanded menu.

Step 5: Click the Printers option on the right.

Step 6: Chrome OS should detect and list your printer. Click the Save button — it’ll be automatically moved to the Your Saved Printers category and set as your default.

In this example, we added an Epson XP-7100 Series printer.

How to print from a chromebook

If your printer doesn’t automatically appear, click the blue Plus icon to the right of Add Printer. A pop-up window appears for you to enter a name, the printer’s IP address, the protocol (typically IPP), and the queue (typically ipp/print).

When finished, click Add.

Set up your printer with a USB cable

If your printer is older and doesn’t support WiFi connections, you can set up your printer using a USB cable. However, this method may not work on older printers, given you can’t install software or drivers on a Chromebook.

Step 1: Connect your printer’s USB cable to the appropriate port on the Chromebook. You may need a USB-A to USB-C adapter, depending on the Chromebook model. Also, verify that the printer is on and functioning normally.

Step 2: Once plugged in, click the System Clock located on the bottom right corner, followed by the Gear icon on the pop-up menu. This opens the Settings window.

Step 3: Click the down arrow next to Advanced to expand the menu.

Step 4: Click Printing on the expended menu.

Step 5: Click the Printers option on the right.

Step 6: Chrome OS should detect and list your printer. Click the Save button — it’ll be automatically moved to the Your Saved Printers category and set as your default.

How to print from a chromebook

How to Print on a Chromebook

Now that your printer is all set up, you are ready to print from your Chromebook.

Step 1: Open the page you need to print and type Ctrl + P at the same time. Alternatively, you can select the three-dot symbol located in your screen’s upper righthand corner. Doing this will bring up a menu where you can select Print.

Step 2: You should be looking at a pop-up window on your screen. Find the destination field and check that you’ve selected your printer. If you can’t find your device in that field, you can open a drop-down menu to locate it. You can also click See More to find other printers connected to your device.

How to print from a chromebook

Step 3: Now that you’ve verified your printer, you’ll want to confirm other basic settings. Check that you’ve entered the correct number of pages you want to print as well as how many copies you want. Review the layout to ensure its accuracy. Finally, take a look at the color setting; the last thing you want is to end up with a black and white copy when you needed it in color.

Note: You can click More Settings to see further choices related to paper size, quality, scale, margins, and more.

Step 4: Finally, click the Print button to begin the printing task.

Printing from a Chromebook requires either a Google Cloud Print Ready printer, or another computer and a little effort.

I must confess that I am a Chromebook evangelist and heavy user.

For the majority of my everyday tasks, it works as well or better than my Windows laptop. It does most of the things a full-blown PC does for many typical users, and as companies including Microsoft and Google offer more and more cloud-based productivity suites, the relatively inexpensive Chromebook has become a valid choice for a second laptop. In some cases, it may even fill the role of a primary computer at a fraction of the cost.

These affordable machines have gotten better and better over the past year or so. Keyboards have improved and there are a number of Chromebook models that have excellent displays, in marked contrast to many older models. Despite the many positive things that one could say about them, there is one issue that often causes headaches for Chromebook users: printing.

Fortunately, there is a very simple way to print from a Chromebook. Unfortunately, it requires that you have a Google Cloud Print Ready printer. If you are purchasing a new printer, make sure that it is Cloud Ready and you will make things easier on yourself. You can find a list of Cloud Ready printers with setup instructions here.

Once you have setup your Cloud Ready printer, you can use your Chromebook to make sure that you are properly connected:

  1. Open the Chrome browser.
  2. In a new tab and type chrome://devices in the address bar.
  3. Look under “My devices” and you should see your printer listed there.

After you have confirmed that your new printer is listed, all you need to do is either select “print” from the pull-down menu in the top right of your Chrome browser or use the Ctrl+P command.

But what if you still have a perfectly serviceable printer that isn’t Google Cloud Print Ready? I have a bulletproof Brother laser printer that should provide many more years of service, and I am unwilling to replace it just to make it easier to print from a Chromebook. If you are in the same boat, you can still print from your Chromebook — it just takes a bit more effort.

First, you will need to use either a Windows PC or Mac with the Chrome browser installed to set up Google Cloud Print and pair it with your Google account. Open Chrome on that computer, navigate to the same chrome://devices address mentioned above, then click the “Add printers” button on that page to get started.

Once you have added your non-Cloud Ready printer to Google Cloud Print, you are ready to start printing from your Chromebook. There are a couple caveats, however. You will need to have your Windows PC or Mac powered up with the Chrome browser open. This is a minor inconvenience, but there is no way to avoid it. As long as everything is working properly you should now be able to print from any of your devices that have the Crome browser installed, including your Chromebook, using the same print commands described above that you would use with a Cloud Ready printer.

In an ideal world, printing from a Chromebook would not require a second computer if you don’t own a Cloud Ready printer — but at least it is possible without buying a new printer or other hardware as long as you have a working Windows PC or Mac.

Michael Connell a freelance writer who has focused on solving problems for many years, formerly as a trial lawyer and currently by offering solutions to the everyday problems encountered while using current technology. Michael worked as a freelance editor and moderator for both ITworld Answers and IDG Answers.

Setting Up Your Epson Printer on Your Chromebook™

Most Epson printers are able to easily print from Chromebooks, but if you have trouble, click the button below to visit our Chromebook Printing page where you can find a list of compatible printers.

Note: Make sure your Chromebook is connected to the internet and has Chrome OS version 59 or later before you use the procedure below.

Do one of the following:

To print over a network, make sure the printer and Chromebook are connected to the same network.

To print via USB, connect your Chromebook directly to your printer using a USB cable.

Click the notifications area in the Chromebook shelf.

Click the settings icon or enter chrome://settings in the browser.

Scroll to the bottom of the Settings screen, then click Advanced.

In the Printing section, click Printers.

Click the Save or Setup button to the right of your printer’s name.

If you see the Advanced printer configuration window, select Epson as the Manufacturer setting and Generic ESC/P-R as the Model setting, then click Add.

Note: Do not select the Epson Generic ESC/P-R setting.

You see a screen like the one below and your setup is now complete.

To print, select the print option from the Chrome menu or press Ctrl + P on your keyboard, select your printer from the Destination menu, and click Print.

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How to Print from a Chromebook

  1. Make sure your printer is connected to the same network as your Chromebook
  2. On your Chromebook, navigate to Settings > Advanced > Printing > Printers
  3. Click Add Printer
  4. Select your printer from the list and click Add

If that doesn’t work..

If the above method did not work for you, it’s likely because your printer isn’t supported. But there’s good news! There are multiple ways to setup a printer to print from a Chromebook.

There are basically 3 methods for setting up a printer on a Chromebook: 1. Adding a printer via settings (the above method) 2. HP Print for Chrome (only works with HP printers) 3. Google Cloud Print.

The following setup wizard will walk you through the steps of setting up your printer if that first method didn’t work for you:

Do you have an HP printer?

HP Print for Chrome

First thing’s first, connect your printer to your home network following the instructions included with the printer.

HP Print for Chrome

Next, download this Chrome Extension: HP Print for Chrome

HP Print for Chrome

Click “Add printers by IP address”

HP Print for Chrome

Click “+ Add printer”

HP Print for Chrome

Give the printer a name, and enter the printer’s IP address (refer to printer manual to retrieve IP. Can be found using the printer’s LCD screen)

HP Print for Chrome

That’s it! Go ahead and close the dialog box, and from now on when you open the print dialog box (ctrl P) you should see your HP printer in the list of options.

Didn’t work? Hop on over to the official Google Chromebook Community, and one of the Product Experts will help you troubleshoot.

Google Cloud Print

For all non-HP printers, Google Cloud Print is typically the best printing solution.

Google Cloud Print works best with Google Cloud Print ready printers. Look for the Google Cloud Print logo on the box.

Google Cloud Print

Great! Your printer is Google Cloud Print ready. Before we begin, make sure to connect your printer to your home network following the instructions included with the printer.

Google Cloud Print

For instructions on setting up your Google Cloud Print ready printer, click on the link for your printer manufacturer:

  • Brother
  • Canon
  • Dell
  • Epson
  • HP
  • Other

Google Cloud Print

That’s it! Once you’ve setup your printer on Google Cloud Print per the instructions from the last step, you should see your printer on the list of options whenever you open the print dialog box (ctrl P).

Didn’t work? Hop on over to the official Chromebook Community, and one of the Product Experts will help you troubleshoot.

Google Cloud Print

That’s it! Once you’ve setup your printer on Google Cloud Print per the instructions from the last step, you should see your printer on the list of options whenever you open the print dialog box (ctrl P).

Didn’t work? Hop on over to the official Chromebook Community, and one of the Product Experts will help you troubleshoot.

Google Cloud Print

If your printer does not directly support Google Cloud Print, it is referred to as a “Classic” printer. Classic printers can still be used with Google Cloud Print, but there’s a couple extra steps, and another computer required.

For this to work, you will need a Windows, or Mac computer connected to your home network, and capable of installing the printer’s driver/software.

Google Cloud Print

Once your printer is connected to your local network, the first step is to setup your printer on your Windows or Mac computer, per the instructions included with the printer.

Google Cloud Print

Now that your printer is setup on your Windows/Mac machine, you’ll need to install the Chrome browser, if you don’t already have Chrome installed.

Google Cloud Print

Once Chrome finishes installing, make sure you sign into Chrome using your gmail account

Google Cloud Print

After you’ve signed into Chrome, navigate to Chrome’s printer settings by typing chrome:settings/printing into the Chrome omni bar and hitting enter (or return).

Google Cloud Print

Click on Google Cloud Print

Google Cloud Print

Click on Manage Cloud Print devices

Google Cloud Print

If you successfully setup your printer on this Windows/Mac machine earlier, you should see your printer listed under “New Devices”. Click the Register button.

Google Cloud Print

The rest of the process will be different for each printer manufacturer, but should be pretty quick and simple. Follow the prompts to finish setup.

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To use Google Cloud Print, you need a Google account and you’ll need to register the printer with Google Cloud Print in advance.

Printing from Chrome OS

Currently, to print with your cloud-ready Canon printer with your Chromebook or another device running Chrome OS™, the only supported method is Google Cloud Print. Using Canon print apps on your Chrome OS device to try to print with your Canon printer is not supported.

LAN (Local Area Network) connection with the printer and internet connection are required to register the printer to Google Cloud Print.

Google Cloud Print Setup

Select a model in the dropdown options below for information about how to set up Google Cloud Print.

If your printer is not listed, it does not have Google Cloud Print support. However, you may be able to use it with Google Cloud Print if it is connected to a Windows PC or a Mac.

Open the Chrome browser.

Type chrome://devices and press Enter.

Under “Classic Printers,” click Add printers.

In the “Printers to register” section, select the printer you want to share, then click Add printer(s).

To check if your printer was added, click Manage your printers.

To let someone else print from this printer, or to print from this printer on a Chromebook, you’ll need to share the printer.

How to print from a chromebook

How to print from a chromebook

Chromebook owners likely want to print some documents from time to time on your home printer. With the lack of dedicated software and confusing apps, we are here to tell you how to print from a Chromebook. It is not as hard as it seems and there are multiple ways to do it, so keep reading for all the details!

How to print from a Chromebook:

  • Google Cloud Print
  • Android apps
  • Manual printing
  • USB connection

How to print using Google Cloud Print

How to print from a chromebook

Most new printers feature a Wi-Fi connection, and many of these are compatible with Google Cloud Print. Chrome OS is obviously compatible with Google’s own online printing service. The first thing you should do is start up your home printer, connect it to the internet, and link the unit to Google Cloud Print. This process is different for every printer, so you will need to do some research to figure yours out.

Start up your laptop and get ready for Chromebook printing. Once you have connected your printer to the internet, click on your Google Account logo or photo in Chrome, select Settings, and then select Advanced. Go to the Printers option and then select Printers.

You should see a section called Add Printers. Click on it and you should see a list of printers. If you see your printer on that list, select Add. Your printer should now be connected to your Chromebook.

How to print from a Chromebook using Android apps

How to print from a chromebook

Most newer Chromebooks now have the Google Play Store and its countless applications. Sometimes all a printer needs to operate is the official Android app, which is at your disposal if your Chromebook has access to the Play Store. This makes it easy to print from a Chromebook without getting too confused. You can use these apps to set up the printer, and some even offer editing capabilities. This is likely the simplest way to print from a Chromebook.

How to manually connect your Wi-Fi printer to your Chromebook

How to print from a chromebook

If, for some reason, your printer does not appear on the list in the Add Printers section, don’t worry. You can still add your device manually and print from a Chromebook.

In the Printers section, click on the Add Manually option. Then type in the printer’s name, its IP address, its protocol (usually the supported connection protocol is IPP), and its queue (usually, the queue is ipp/print). Click Add when all of that information is filled in.

A box should pop up asking you to select your printer manufacturer and model. If you find it, click Add. If it doesn’t show up, you should then check your printer’s information for its “printer language” or “emulation”, then go back to the list and select the Generic option that looks similar. You might need to upload your printer’s driver. If that’s the case, click on the Browse option to upload it.

How to print with a USB connection (optional)

How to print from a chromebook

If you own an older printer with no Wi-Fi hardware, you can still print from a Chromebook via a USB cable. After you connect the printer to the Chromebook with the USB cable, just follow the steps in the previous section to add the printer to your Chromebook.

If you have successfully connected your home printer, you should be ready to easily print from a Chromebook. Just go to the page you want to print and press the Ctrl and P buttons at the same time. Under the Destinations option, select Change. Then, under either Recent Destinations or Local Destinations, choose your printer and select Print.

Check out the links below for more Chromebook tips and tricks:

With a Google account, you can print from a Chromebook without drivers or cables. Set up your Epson product for network printing, then follow the instructions below.

Note: Make sure your Epson product is connected to your wireless network before starting the Google Cloud Print setup.

  1. Turn on your Chromebook and connect it to the same wireless network as your product.

Do one of the following:

  • Click Add to Cloud Print in the notification that appears in the corner of your Chromebook screen.
  • Open a web browser and enter chrome://devices in the address bar. Skip to step 4 below.
  • If you see a registration confirmation screen instead, click Register.

Note: See your Chromebook’s documentation for details on connecting to a network.

  • Click Add Device.
  • Click the Register button that appears next to your product.
  • Click Register on the confirmation screen. Your product’s LCD screen displays a confirmation message.
  • Select OK on your product to confirm the Google Cloud Print connection and print a test page. Your product is now linked to your Google account and can be accessed from any Chromebook, iPhone, or Android phone with Internet access.

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    How to print from a chromebook

    Chromebooks can bring a lot of benefits to your organization, but printing has never been one of its strong points.

    Chromebooks and printers have never gotten along well. Historically, printer vendors sold printers that worked with either Windows or Mac OS systems, and as a result not every printer supports Google Cloud Print.

    Chromebook users either had to install an adapter or buy a Google Cloud Print compatible printer.

    Below are four ways to print directly to your networked printer from a Chromebook.

    Chromebook Printing Methods

    Native Printing

    A previous update to Chrome OS in version 59 has added new printing options for users.

    Until recently, printing options for users using Chrome OS devices or Chromebook was very limited. Chrome OS has always relied on Google Cloud Printer, and required a cloud-ready compatible printer. Even then, navigating and trying to print could be a real pain.

    In a newer update, Chrome OS Native Printing expands coverage of different print setups supported on Chrome OS devices. The ability for Native Printing means that your Chromebook or Chrome OS device will connect directly to any Wi-Fi connected printer set up on your network, without having to use a cloud connection.

    In order to take advantage of this new functionality you’ll need to know your printers IP address and ensure your device and printer are connected to the same Wi-Fi network – Check out Google’s support forum to learn more.

    Interested in learning more about printing from your your mobile device? Check out this free whitepaper on achieving anywhere, any device printing!

    HP Printing

    HP printer users have the simplest printing alternative: Using the HP Print for Chrome app. Users can print through their Google Chrome browser to their HP printer with the HP Print for Chrome app.

    There’s no drivers or software to download from the HP website or Google to print with the app.

    To print, users simply need to install the HP Print for Chrome app, then click “Change” from the Google Print options and choose your local HP networked printer.

    The app takes care of the configuration, and allows you to print directly to your networked printer without the need to route your request through Google Cloud Print.

    Google Cloud Print Services

    Google Cloud Print (GCP) is a service that allows users to print from any web-connected device. GCP routes the print jobs between computers, smartphones, or tablets and sends it to an Internet-connected printer.

    There is also no need to complex setups and driver installations as the service allows users to discover printers and print from their own devices.

    Google Cloud Print works with: Chrome browser on Chrome devices and Windows/Mac/Linux computers; mobile versions of Google apps including Google Drive; Gmail (through a web browser on a smartphone or tablet); Chrome devices and; 3rd-party native mobile apps on all major desktop, smartphone, and tablet platforms

    Third Party Printing

    The biggest down side of Google Cloud Print is that setting it up can be painful, especially as you try to scale up. Security is also a big risk when it comes to printing via Google Chrome OS.

    Independent software vendors such as UniPrint.net, offer several software applications and extensions in the Chrome Web Store that enable direct, mobile printing to any printer, regardless of vendor.

    When working in conjunction with UniPrint’s Universal Printer Driver, any Chromebook user will be able to enjoy all the benefits of UniPrint Infinity, including secure pull printing.

    Check out this free webinar on integrating mobile printing into your environment!

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