Native printing from iPad. iPad searches for any available wireless printers; tap your printer to select it. Tap Printer Options to return to the Printer Options dialog and use the + or – buttons in the Copies field to adjust the number of copies. Tap Print and your print job is on its way.
To print a document, web page, email or anything else from your iPad, do this: Connect your iPad and your printer to the same Wi-Fi network. Find the document, web page or email you want to print. Click the share button (usually at the top or bottom of the screen) and select “Print.”. The printer name will appear.
Confirm that your printer supports AirPrint. Make sure that your iOS device and your printer are connected to the same Wi-Fi network and that you’re within range. Print with AirPrint. Open the app that you want to print from. To find the print option, tap the app’s share icon — or — or tap . Tap or Print.
Open the document, photo, email, or webpage you want to print, then tap the Share icon or to display the menu options. Tap Print or the Print icon , depending on the type of file you want to print. The Printer Options menu displays. On the Printer Options menu, tap Select Printer.
Printing with a non-AirPrint printer. Even if your printer isn’t AirPrint enabled you may still be able to print from iPhone and iPad. The most common way this works is through an app from the manufacturer and a direct wireless access point that the printer creates. Look for …
AirPrint. Since late 2010, Apple’s own AirPrint utility, incorporated into iOS versions since 4.2, has …
Select the printer you want to print from, and tap Print. Printers with their own apps Some printers offer special printing features on the iPad that are made available though separate apps.