Printer technology has advanced a lot over the past few years, to the point where you don’t actually need to physically connect your printer to your computer. You can connect your Brother MFC-J4510DW printer to your wireless network, allowing you to print to it from any computer or device that is connected to your network. This is a great way to reduce the number of printers that you need to purchase, plus it saves you the money that you would otherwise spend purchasing USB printer cables. Read our tutorial below to learn how you can connect your Brother MFC-J4510DW to your wireless network in just a few short steps.
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Connect the MFC-J4510DW to Wireless
Note that this tutorial will assume that you have the name and password for your wireless network. You will also need to be in range of the wireless network to complete the setup using the steps below.
Step 1: Touch the Tools icon at the top-right corner of the touch screen.
Step 2: Touch the Wi-Fi button at the center of the screen.
Step 3: Touch the Setup Wizard option.
Step 4: Select the name of the wireless network to which you want to connect the printer.
Step 5: Touch the OK button.
Step 6: Enter the password, then touch the OK button at the bottom-right corner of the screen.
Step 7: Touch the Yes button to apply the settings.
Step 8: You will see the screen below when you are connected to the network.
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