Unable to print on Apple I Pad Air

  ponytail 11:59 24 Feb 2014

My wife has a email on her Apple I Pad air which contains a attachment which she wants to print but is unable to locate anything to click on to print there is no file tab her O/S is XP can someone advise.ThanksPrinting on

  ponytail 12:07 24 Feb 2014

Not sure now if it is X/P there is something on the desktop about I Cloud how do I find out what the O/S system is

  Woolwell 12:11 24 Feb 2014

What is the attachement - a document, spreadsheet, photo or something else eg pdf file?

The same principle for any attachment should apply. Open the attachment in the email app - touch the attachment and top right of the attachment there should be a box with an upwards arrow - touch that and the print option should be there. However this assumes that you have set up printing from the iPad to your wifi printer.

  Woolwell 12:12 24 Feb 2014

The desktop OS doesn't matter.

  ponytail 12:33 24 Feb 2014

Found this on google

click here into safari but could not see the button with the arrow


  ponytail 12:35 24 Feb 2014

The attachment was a walking program

  Woolwell 12:39 24 Feb 2014

Did you read my previous post at all? Open the attachment on the iPad - Do you know how to open an attachment?

Then follow the rest of my instructions. This has nothing to do with Safari.

Is the Ipad set up to print?

  Woolwell 12:39 24 Feb 2014

What format is the walking program in - a pdf file?

  ponytail 12:41 24 Feb 2014

Hi Woolwell come think of it I do not think the IPAD has been connected wirelessly to the printer and not sure how this is done as do not have any manual

  Woolwell 12:45 24 Feb 2014

You have been told before that the manual is online.

What is your printer - make and model? Have you installed a print app?

  ponytail 12:50 24 Feb 2014

I did open the attachment and touched it but nothing appeared in the top right corner.But still need to connect the IPAD to the printer

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