Adding a printer is pretty much the same process between Windows 7 and Windows 10.
Open the Control Panel. Search Control in the start menu, or press Windows Key + R, then enter Control.
Click Hardware and Sound.
Click Devices and Printers.
Click Add a Printer
On Windows 7, you’ll be asked what type of printer you want installed. Select Add a Network, Wireless, or Bluetooth Printer. On Windows 10, you’ll be brought straight to the list of available printers to add.
Click The printer I want isn't listed.
Click Find a printer in the directory, based on location or feature.
In the following window, you can search by either printer name or printer number.
-For printer numbers, enter *PR, then the five-digit printer number.
-Ex. *PR29333 is our Computer Repair printer.
Printer names follow a specific template…
Ankeny = AN
Urban = UC
Boone = BN
Perry = PR
Southridge = SR
Newton = NT
Ames = AM
Evelyn K. Davis Center = EDC
For example, searching by AN-B06 will return every networked printer in Ankeny, Building 6.
For example, want to find a printer at Southridge, Building 1, Room 3?
SR-B01-R003 will list every printer in that room.
Whether you search by printer name or printer number, just double-click the printer you wish to install, then set it as the default printer if needed.