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Mac OS X 10.5

1Connect the printer and computer using the Ethernet cable, and then turn on the printer's power switch.

2On the desktop, double-click the hard drive icon.

3Double-click [Applications], and then double-click the [System Preferences].

4In the [Hardware] category, double-click [Print & Fax].

5Click the [+] button on the bottom-left corner of the [Print & Fax] dialog box to display the default window.

6If this printer is in the same segment as the Macintosh with which you are configuring, the printer is detected automatically and displayed in the default browser list. If the printer does not appear, proceed to step 8.

7From the list, select the printer with [Kind] listed as [(Printer name) Network] and the corresponding IP address under [Printer Name]. Click [Add] after checking that the name of this printer appears in [Name:]. Proceed to step 19.

8If [Advanced] appears in the toolbar, click [Advanced], and then proceed to step 14. If [Advanced] does not appear, proceed to the next step.

9Press and hold the [Control] key, and then click [More Printers].

10From the list, select [Customize Toolbar...].

11From the custom setup window, select the [Advanced] icon, and then drag it to the toolbar.

12Check that the [Advanced] icon appears in the toolbar, and then click [Done].

13Click [Advanced].

14When the detailed window appears, select [(Printer name) Network Printer] from the [Type:] list.

15Enter the IP address of the printer in [URL:] after "(Printer name)Network://".

Make no change to the parameter under [Device:] and leave it as [Another Device].

16From the [Print Using:] list, select [Select a driver to use...].

17Enter the name of this printer in the search window.

18After entering the name, select the name of this printer from the list, and then click [Add].

19Check that the name of this printer appears on the printer list in [Print & FAX].

20Go to [System Preferences] in the menu bar, and then click [Quit System Preferences].