Printers/Mac OS X
Adding Printers on the Macintosh
OS X 10.8.x - 10.13.x
Public Canon Printers:
- Identify the printer you're installing drivers for: Refer to the public printers list to find the name, location, and model number and for the printer you want to install.
- Download the appropriate installer for your version of OS X from the link provided on the page above. Building 240 Canons should use the PS driver. You can also use the UFR_II driver if you prefer.
- After installing the driver software you will need to create a printer "queue" in System Preferences.
- Open System Preferences -> Print & Fax
- Click the plus sign in the pane that opens.
Note: you may need to click the Lock and enter the Administrator password
- On the top of the widow that opens click IP and choose the following settings:
Protocol => Line Printer Daemon - LPD
Address => Enter the printer nearest to you found on this list. (Be sure to include the domain after the printer name. Example: pr-2d11-color.mcs.anl.gov)
Queue => Leave blank
Name => It's free-form, you can call it anything that makes sense to you, by default it will fill in the name that's in the Address field.
Print Using => Click the dropdown and choose "Select Printer Software... " you'll be presented with a list of printer drivers,
you can whittle down the list by typing in the model number in the search box on the upper right corner.
You should choose the driver that matches the printer model you have chosen from the list, for example:
pr-2d11-color.mcs.anl.gov ==> Canon iR-ADV C5030 search for "5535"
- Click on the driver name that comes up. Make sure it ends with "PS" if you're in building 240 only, and then click "OK"
- That window will close and you will be back to the Add Printer Window, click "Add"
- Click "Continue"
- If you get a dialogue asking for the Communication Setting, choose "Bidirectional"
- That should be it.
Yay. And Huzzah.
If there is a printer you believe should be served by our print server, but is not, please let us know.
See The Printers page .
While the 2 sided printing option appears to be under the Layout menu, this is in fact disabled with the Canon driver. Instead, you will find the 2 sided option under Finishing.
Setting up a Cover Page
In your Print dialog, hit the little triangle next to the printer name, then from the lowest dropdown box in that box, choose "Cover Page", then select your preference. It will be remembered on a per-printer basis.
Private Deskside Printers
Download the following disk image:
If it doesn't mount automatically then double click it and find the printer you would like to install. Double click that and follow the prompts. ou will need administrator privileges in order to install it. In general the printers are named following this convention:
NOTE: Please do not install one of these printers if you do not have permission from the occupants of that office.