The UPS Thermal printer applet supports printing to a thermal printer from your Mac if it meets the following requirements: • Mac OS X 10.7.3 or higher is required to print thermal labels from ups.com shipping applications. • A 64-bit browser is required to install the current version of Java. Review the current Java system requirements for Mac on.

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Safari and Firefox are two of the most popular 64-bit browsers used with Mac. • Remove pre-populated content (if any), and complete the fields • Enter a Class 'Name' (Do not enter the Printer name used in a previous step. The Printer and Class name are case sensitive.) For example: 'ZebraClass' for a Zebra ZP-450 or S4M, 'UPSClass' for a UPS Thermal LP2844, or 'EltronClass' for an Eltron Thermal 2844 • Enter a Class 'Description' For example: Zebra Thermal Printer, UPS Thermal Printer, Eltron Thermal Printer • Enter a Class 'Location' We recommend the Class Location name matches the Printer location name For example: Office, Amy's iMac • Select the printer from the Member's list • Click the Add Class button A confirmation window will briefly appear, followed by the 'Administration' window. Shipping labels and receipts open in a pop-up window. Before you attempt to print, go to your browser settings and add ups.com.

If using a Windows ® operating system to print with an Eltron or Zebra thermal printer you must install the drivers provided below; the driver provided with your printer will not work with UPS Internet Shipping or CampusShip. If you are using a different thermal printer, use the drivers that came with your printer and do not install the UPS Thermal Printer Drivers. Note: Do not plug your printer into the computer until instructed to do so below. The following instructions will help you download and install the UPS Thermal Printer drivers to your selected directory. • Turn off the printer. Card Reader Windows 10 Driver. • Select the Download the UPS Thermal Printer Drivers link below. • You may see one or more of the following windows based on your operating system and security settings; take the action listed for each window.

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