Using AirPrint Application to Print and Scan Data and Send Faxes

AirPrint is a print function standard in Apple operating systems. You can print from applications that support AirPrint instead of having to install a dedicated application or driver.
In addition, you can use AirPrint to print from a Mac. You can also scan data and send faxes with a Mac.
 
When Using Department ID Management on the Machine
You cannot use AirPrint when the following operations are restricted: Enabling Department ID Management
Printing and sending faxes from a computer with an unknown Department ID
Scanning and saving data to a computer

When Using an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch

Use AirPrint to print from an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch connected to the machine via LAN or direct connection.
Operating Environment
You can use AirPrint with the following iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch models:
iPhone: 3GS or later
iPad: All models
iPod touch: Third generation or later
Required Preparations
Set the machine to enable use of AirPrint. Preparations for Using AirPrint
Connect the machine to an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. Connecting a Mobile Device to the Machine
1
Open the data to be printed on the iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.
2
In the application with the data to be printed open, tap [].
The menu options are displayed.
3
Tap [Print].
The print options are displayed.
If print options are not displayed, the application does not support AirPrint. In this case, you cannot use AirPrint to print data.
4
Tap [Printer], and select the machine.
5
Configure the print settings.
The available settings and usable paper sizes vary depending on the application you are using.
6
Tap [Print].
Printing starts.
Use [Status Monitor] on the operation panel to view the print job status and log. Viewing the Print Job Status and Log

When Using a Mac

You can use AirPrint to print and scan data and send faxes from a Mac connected to the network on the same LAN as the machine or a Mac connected to the machine via USB.
Operating Environment
You can use AirPrint on a Mac with the following operating systems installed:
Printing: Mac OS X 10.7 or later*1
Scanning: OS X 10.9 or later*2
Sending faxes: OS X 10.9 or later
 
*1 When printing from a Mac connected to the machine via USB, OS X 10.9 or later.
*2 When scanning with TLS encrypted communication, OS X 10.11 or later.
Required Preparations
Set the machine to enable use of AirPrint. Preparations for Using AirPrint
Connect the machine to a Mac. Setting Up the Network
When connecting via USB, connect to the USB port for computer connection on the back of the machine with a USB cable. Rear Side
In [System Preferences] [Printers & Scanners] on the Mac, click [+] to register the machine.

Using AirPrint to Print Data

1
Open the document you want to print on your Mac.
2
In the application used to open the document, click [Print].
The printing dialog box appears.
3
In [Printer], select the machine.
4
Configure the print settings.
The available settings and usable paper sizes vary depending on the application you are using.
5
Click [Print].
Printing starts.
Use [Status Monitor] on the operation panel to view the print job status and log. Viewing the Print Job Status and Log

Using AirPrint to Scan Data

1
Place the original on the machine. Placing Originals
2
On your Mac, Click [System Preferences] [Printers & Scanners].
The [Printers & Scanners] screen is displayed.
3
Select the machine.
4
On the [Scan] tab, click [Open Scanner].
The [Scanner] screen is displayed.
5
Configure the scan settings.
6
Click [Scan].
Scanning starts.
When Scanning Cannot Be Performed
The machine may not be online (scan standby mode). On the operation panel, select [Scan] in the [Home] screen, and press [Remote Scanner] to turn the machine online, and then repeat the operation.

Using AirPrint to Send Faxes

1
Open the document you are sending on your Mac.
2
From the menu in the application used to open the document, click [Print].
The printing dialog box appears.
3
In [Printer], select the machine.
Select the printer whose name ends with "Fax."
4
In [To], enter the fax number.
5
Click [Fax].
The fax is sent via the machine.
Use [Status Monitor] on the operation panel to view the sending status and log. Checking the Status and Log for Sent and Received Faxes
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