Google Cloud Print will be deprecated in December 2020.
- Before the end of 2020, we recommend that you find an alternative printing solution for your Chromebook.
- Most Cloud Print printers will still work with Chromebook’s built-in printing system. Follow the steps below to set up your printer and find out if it's compatible with your Chromebook.
- On January 1, 2021, Google Cloud Print will no longer be supported and devices across all operating systems will not be able to print using Google Cloud Print.
- You will still be able to save to Google Drive after January 1, 2021.
Set up your printer
Step 1: Connect to the internet
- Turn on your printer.
- Connect your printer to a network. If you need help, follow your printer manufacturer’s instructions.
- If you haven’t yet, turn on your Chromebook and sign in.
- Connect your Chromebook to the same network as your printer. Learn how to connect to Wi-Fi.
Step 2: Print a page
- To print the page, image, or document you’re viewing, press Ctrl + p.
- Next to "Destination," select the Down arrow .
- Select See more...
- Choose your printer.
- Tip: Some printers will automatically appear on this list. If you don’t find your printer on the list, select Manage.
- Select Print.
Add your printer to your Chromebook
- At the bottom right, select the time.
- Select Settings .
- At the bottom, select Advanced.
- Under "Printing," select Printers.
- Under "Available printers to save," next to your printer, select Save.
- Check that your printer appears at the top, under "Saved printers."
Tip: If your printer doesn’t appear, try turning your Chromebook’s Wi-Fi off and on.
Find a compatible printer
You can use these resources to find out if your printer works with Chromebook.
|Epson||Printers in US
Printers in Canada
|HP||Print from Chromebook to HP devices
Supported HP drivers("Chrome OS Support" column)
IPP Everywhere printers
|Oki Data Corp||Printers in Japan
Print from Chromebook to Oki devices
|Ricoh||Printers in Japan|