Update your printer software if your printer has a printing problem on Mac
Most printers are compatible with macOS. When you add a printer, macOS automatically uses AirPrint to connect to the printer. Check with your printer manufacturer to make sure you have the latest printing software for your printer.
If you can’t use a printer you already added, or you don’t see the options you want in the Print dialog, you can add the printer again with different settings or different printer software.
On your Mac, choose Apple menu > System Settings, then click Printers & Scanners in the sidebar. (You may have to scroll down.)
Control-click the printer in the list on the right, choose Remove Printer, then click Remove Printer.
Click the Add Printer, Scanner, or Fax button.
A dialog appears listing any IP, shared, and Open Directory printers on your local network. It may take a minute or two for your printer to appear.
Select your printer when it appears in the list, then do one of the following:
Use AirPrint: If you connected an AirPrint-enabled printer using a USB cable, click the Use pop-up menu, then choose AirPrint.
If AirPrint isn’t in the pop-up menu, your printer doesn’t support it.
Use printer software installed on your Mac: Click the Use pop-up menu, then choose Select Software.
Use printer software from a file on your Mac: Click the Use pop-up menu, then choose Other. Select the file, then click Add.
If your printer doesn’t use AirPrint, contact the manufacturer for information. It may be that your printer isn’t compatible with macOS.