Mac OS X has a suitable printer scheduled list, which you can use ong>toong> hong>andong>le ong>andong> manage the ong>printersong> ong>toong> connect your MacBook. Here, you can easily access the list via the Print ong>andong> Fax Utility. The utility enables you ong>toong> that you can use ong>toong> manage the ong>printersong> your MacBook connects ong>toong>. With the utility, you can easily ong>addong> a printer ong>toong> your MacBook or ong>deleteong> a printer that you don’t want ong>toong> use. Once the list gets edited, then the result will get updated auong>toong>matically in the printer drop-down menu on the Print utility window running on your MacBook. For more information ong>andong> support you can also use MacBook Help Number, where you will get quick ong>andong> complete ong>guidanceong> from the experts ong>andong> adept professionals. Let’s check out the steps ong>toong> ong>addong> ong>andong> ong>deleteong> a printer ong>toong> your MacBook- Add Printer In the first step, you need ong>toong> connect the printer ong>toong> the MacBook with its USB cable. Now, in the menu bar at the ong>toong>p of the deskong>toong>p, simply click the "Apple" icon. Then, click "System Preferences" from the drop-down menu after which the “System Preferences” window launches. In the next step, click "Print & Fax," ong>andong> then click the "+" butong>toong>n on the left side of the window. Here, the “Add Printer” windows will open.