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Old November 18th 17, 03:56 AM posted to comp.periphs.printers
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Default Laser Printer Driver setup for Mac

I found this article on the wiki, but do not see any details regarding how to set up printer on the mac. https://wiki.milwaukeemakerspace.org...terdriversetup

I also found this page on ULS site, but see nothing regarding mac drivers, but I have seen some of you using macs to control the laser printers. https://www.ulsinc.com/support/software-downloads

Can anyone help? Do you need parallels to run windows and install within windows on your mac?

Thanks.

Chris
 




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