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Steps to connect the MacBook to HP Printer wirelessly

  1. To begin with, you need to ensure whether the printer is ready with its First-time HP printer setup.
  2. Then, ensure it has completed its wireless requirements like router needs and settings prior.
  3. If not done, try to use the HP Manual and start the needed wireless settings and configurations.
  4. Place the wireless router nearby the printer setup and make sure there is no material blockage between the two devices.
  5. Now, start the other printer essential needs mentioned below steps.
  6. Gently open the Main input tray and place the needed paper sheets into the respective tray
  7. Use the adjuster and adjust the corners of the tray to avoid paper-jam issues on your printer setup.
  8. Eventually, try to install the new or replace the cartridge in their slots.
  9. Make sure you have connected the printer and Mac book to the same network to establish the network printing using a wireless setup.
  10. If needed, you can also configure using the USB cord to interface a connection between the printer setup devices.
  11. Open the active Mac book, hit the Apple menu, and tap on the system preferences
  12. Carry out using the System preferences option page and then tap on the Printers and Scanners option.
  13. Next, you need to proceed with the add button to add the desired HP Printer to the Mac book connection.
  14. During the process of adding the desired HP Printer to the Mac book, the macOS will automatically connect through the AirPrint or try to download the desired printer driver.
  15. If mac OS request you to download the latest HP printer driver by redirecting to the HP Official page.
  16. To proceed, ensure with the proper Apple security ID and password if requested while the printer driver installation.
  17. Then, confirm whether the printer is enabled with the active AirPrint feature.
  18. In the end, you can see the desired HP printer is connected successfully to your MacBook.