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HP LaserJet, HP PageWide Enterprise - Use Google Cloud Print

This document applies to HP printers that are Google Cloud Print-ready. For a list of Google Cloud Print-ready printers, go to Printers that support Google Cloud Print.
Google Cloud Print is a mobile printing solution available to Gmail account users that allows you to print over the web from anywhere, including your phone or tablet, to any printer. Using the Chrome browser, users can print from Android, Chrome, iOS, OS X, Windows, and Linux devices to a Google Cloud Print-ready printer on the same local network (Local Destination) or to a printer connected to the Google Cloud.
This includes one or more of the following use cases:
note:
This is the only print solution available for Chromebooks.
  • Print from a Chromebook
  • Print from a smartphone or tablet using a cloud connection
  • Print from a laptop or notebook using a cloud or a local network connection
  • Print from a smartphones or tablets to the same Google Cloud printer already in use with a Chromebook, laptop, or notebook
  • Print from one or more devices to multiple HP printers with a single mobile print solution using a cloud connection
A cloud connection also enables users to print to one or more of the following printer destinations:
  • A nearby printer when not connected to a local network,
  • A remote printer in another location via a cloud connection, or
  • A nearby or remote printer on a different network (different subnet)

Before you begin

  • Make sure you have a Gmail account and the password available.
  • Make sure you have an HP printer that is compatible with Google Cloud Print and registered with the Google Cloud Print website.
    For setup instructions, go to Setup Google Cloud Print.
  • Make sure you have a supported operating system:
    • Android 4.3 and newer
    • Chrome OS (Chromebook only)
    • iOS 7.0 and newer
    • OS X 10.7 and newer
    • Windows 8.1/8/7/Vista/XP
    • Linux
  • For Chromebooks, laptops, and notebooks, make sure you have the Chrome Browser installed
  • Make sure the printer is connected to a wired or wireless network and properly configured.

Print from a smartphone or tablet

Android and iOS users can print from Chrome after downloading the correct app or plug-in designed for the operating system.
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Chrome and Google applications are recommended to ensure the best printing experience when using Google Cloud Print. To print from apps other than the Chrome browser, go to Google Play > Android apps to search for and download alternatives. For a list of supported apps, go to Apps that work with Google Cloud Print.

Android 4.3

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To print to a nearby printer on the same network as the Android 4.3 device, use another mobile printing solution such as the HP ePrint App.
To print from most Android 4.3 devices using a cloud connection, follow these steps:
  1. Download the Cloud Print App.
  2. Open the document that you want to print.
  3. Reference the printer identifier listed on the confirmation page printed when you registered the printer.
  4. Select the send-to () icon, and then select the Cloud Print printer or select the printer with the identifier, (00A123) for example.
    note:
    If there are many printers available on the network, you can change the printer name to make it easier to identify. To change the printer name, go to Manage a Cloud Print printer.

Android 4.4 and newer

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To print to a nearby printer on the same network as the Android device (4.4+), use the HP Print Service Plug-in or the HP Mopria Print Service plug-in.
To print from Android devices (4.4+) using a cloud connection, follow these steps:
  1. Download the Cloud Print Plug-In.
  2. Make sure the Cloud Print Plug-In is turned on.
    1. Open Settings ().
    2. Tap Printing.
    3. Find the Cloud Print Plug-In, and then tap On, if it is not already selected.
  3. Open the document you want to print.
  4. Reference the printer identifier listed on the confirmation page printed when you registered the printer.
  5. Select Print, and then select Cloud Print or select the printer with the identifier, (00A123) for example.

iOS 7.0 and newer

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To print to a nearby printer on the same network as an iOS device (7.0+), use AirPrint.
To print from iOS 7.0+ devices using a cloud connection, follow these steps:
  1. Download the Chrome App.
  2. Open the Chrome browser by tapping the Chrome App.
  3. Open the document you want to print from Gmail, Google Docs, or Google Drive.
  4. Reference the printer identifier listed on the confirmation page that printed when you registered the printer.
  5. Select the information icon (i) and then select Cloud Print or select the printer with the identifier, (00A123) for example.
    note:
    If there are many printers available on the network, you can change the printer name to make it easier to identify. To change the printer name, go to Manage a Cloud Print printer.
For information on how to manage, delete, or re-register the printer, go to Manage a Cloud Print printer.

Print from a Chromebook, laptop, or notebook

To print from a Chromebook or other laptop or notebook to a nearby HP printer on the local network, use the Chrome browser.
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To to print from a Microsoft application such as Word, go to the Google Cloud Print management page, sign in, click Print, select Upload file to print, click Select a file from my computer,
select the file you want to print, click Open, select the printer, and then click Print.
To print from applications other than the Chrome browser, go to Chrome Web Store to search for and download alternatives. For a list of supported applications, go to Apps that work with Google Cloud Print.
  1. Sign in to your Gmail account to access the Google website. Under New devices, click sign in and follow the on-screen prompts.
  2. Open the Chrome browser ().
  3. Click the icon and select Print….
  4. Reference the printer identifier, (00A123) for example, listed on the confirmation page that printed when you registered the printer.
  5. Depending on your connection type and printer location, follow one of these steps:
    note:
    If you have not previously selected the printer, the Print option will not be available and the Save option will be listed. Under Destinations, click Change…, and then under Local Destinations (or under Google Cloud Print), click the printer. Repeat this process to revert to the Save option.
    • To print the file to a local network printer nearby, select the printer under Local Destinations.
    • To print the file to a printer on a different network, in another location, or to a nearby printer when not connected to the local network, select the printer under Google Cloud Print.
  6. If desired, change paper size, layout, margins, or other print options and then select Print.
    note:
    Depending on the printer model and Destination selected, these options might vary.
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If there are many printers available on the network, you can change the printer name to make it easier to identify. To change the printer name, go to Manage a Cloud Print printer.
For setup instructions, go to Setup Google Cloud Print. For information on how to manage or remove the printer, go to Manage a Cloud Print printer.

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