Note: Make sure your Chromebook has Chrome OS version 59 or later before you use the procedure below.
Do one of the following:
To print over a network, make sure the printer and Chromebook are connected to the same network.
To print via USB, connect your Chromebook directly to your printer using a USB cable.
Click the notifications area in the Chromebook shelf.
Click the settings icon or enter chrome://settings in the browser.
Scroll to the bottom of the Settings screen, then click Advanced.
In the Printing section, click Printers.
Click the Save or Setup button to the right of your printer's name.
If you see the Advanced printer configuration window, select Epson as the Manufacturer setting and Generic ESC/P-R as the Model setting, then click Add.
Note: Do not select the Epson Generic ESC/P-R setting.
You see a screen like the one below and your setup is now complete.
To print, select the print option from the Chrome menu or press Ctrl + P on your keyboard, select your printer from the Destination menu, and click Print.