If you have access to multiple printers, you probably know that you can choose one from the Printer pop-up menu at the top of the Print dialog. But macOS has a feature that should make it so you don’t have to switch printers manually as often. Open System Preferences > Printers & Scanners, and look at the bottom of the Print view. The Default Printer pop-up menu lists all your installed printers, plus an option for Last Printer Used. That last one makes sense if you print a number of documents to the big office Canon, switch to printing images on the Epson photo printer for a while, and then switch back again. But if you primarily print to one printer, choose it from the Default Printer pop-up menu. You can still switch to another printer in the Print dialog anytime you want, but your main printer will always be the default.
https://d3jd79r7mgqu85.cloudfront.net/wp-content/uploads/sites/13/2020/06/room-with-multiple-printers-photo.jpg 800 1280 F-11 Photo https://d3jd79r7mgqu85.cloudfront.net/wp-content/uploads/sites/13/2017/01/bozeman-co-brand-1-300x165.png F-11 Photo2020-06-01 12:07:002020-07-01 07:36:33Here’s How to Set a Default Printer on the Mac