If you want to use the Dymo LabelWriter 400 across your local area network (LAN), then you need to configure it to be shared as such. Despite the Dymo LabelWriter 400 being a specialist printer, the device is shared like any other printer is. Windows assists sharing printer devices easily across your LAN. After configuring your Dymo LabelWriter 400 for sharing, any computer will be able to access it.
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Click "Start" and then "Control Panel."
Type "Network" in the search bar and then click "Network and Sharing Center." Select "Change advanced sharing settings."
Choose "Turn on file and printer sharing" if it is set to "Off." Click "Save Changes" and enter your Windows administrator password.
Click "Start" and then "Devices and Printers."
Right-click the Dymo LabelWriter 400 and click "Printer Properties." Click "Sharing" and then "Share this printer." Close the share settings.
Click "Start" on the other network computers and then "Device and Printers." Click "Add a printer" and then "Add a network, wireless or Bluetooth printer." Select the "Dymo LabelWriter 400." Then click "Next" and follow the onscreen instructions. You have now set up the Dymo LabelWriter 400 to be used by any network computer.
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