how to enable airprint in setting in ipad

As clarified earlier, there isn’t a specific setting within your iPad to enable AirPrint. AirPrint functionality relies on the printer itself being compatible with the technology. Here’s a quick breakdown:

Why there’s no AirPrint setting on iPad:

AirPrint is a feature built into the printer’s hardware and software, not your iPad.
Your iPad acts as a device to send print requests, while AirPrint compatibility within the printer allows it to receive and interpret those requests.
How to check for AirPrint compatibility:

Refer to your printer’s manual or manufacturer’s website: Look for keywords like “AirPrint” or “Apple AirPrint compatibility” in the documentation.

Look for the AirPrint logo on your printer: Many AirPrint-compatible printers have the AirPrint logo physically printed on the device itself.

What to do if your printer is AirPrint compatible:

Connect both iPad and printer to the same Wi-Fi network.
Print directly from any app with a print function: Look for the “Share” button (box with an upward arrow) or “Actions” button (multiple squares icon) and then tap “Print.”
Select your printer from the list: During printing, if your AirPrint-enabled printer is on the same Wi-Fi network, it should appear as an available option.
Alternative: Using Third-Party Printing Apps (for non-AirPrint printers):

If your printer doesn’t support AirPrint, you can download third-party printing apps from the App Store. These apps offer various printing methods, like connecting directly to the printer over Wi-Fi or using a cloud printing service. Remember, each app has its own setup and instructions.

I hope this explanation clarifies why there’s no dedicated AirPrint setting on your iPad and provides alternative solutions for printing.