Change Printers & Scanners settings on Mac
Use Printers & Scanners settings to manage printers and scanners. To learn how to add a printer to use with your Mac, see Add a printer to your printer list so you can use it on Mac.
To change these settings, choose Apple menu > System Settings, then click Printers & Scanners in the sidebar. (You may need to scroll down.)
Open Printers & Scanners settings for me
Specifies the printer you want to use as the default printer. By default, the most recently used printer at that network location is selected.
Default paper size
Choose the paper size you have loaded in your printer.
Lists the prints your Mac is set up to use. Click the printer in the Printers list to view or change the printer name, location, printer model, or driver version; open the Print Queue or the Options and Supplies information for the printer; share the printer on a network; or allow other users to use to your printer. The other users can be using Mac, Windows, or UNIX computers, and they must be on the same local network. Mac users must have macOS 10.5 or later installed.
You can also Control-click a printer in the list to see printer info, set the printer as the default printer, remove the printer from the list, and reset the printing system.
Add Printer, Scanner, or Fax button
Add a printer, scanner, fax or multifunction printer to the device list. Choose from the list or type the device’s information into the dialog that appears.
Most printers and scanners are listed under Default. You can also add an IP printer or Windows printer.
Tip: For quick access to a printer or scanner, you can add it to the desktop or Dock. Select the printer or scanner in Printers & Scanners settings, then drag it to the desktop or Dock.