Adding MacBook Pro to my wireless Epson NX510 Series Printer

Hey, guys, I got a MacBook Pro for Christmas.  I think I can simply add it to my current printer, but have no clue as to how to do it.  The more I research it, the more confused I get by the plethora of information pertaining to it.  I feel sure this is probably a fairly simple and straight forward task, but am somewhat technically challenged.  Any guidance out there, Techies?

If your printer and MBP are on the same network, just go to System Preferences>Print & Scan and click the plus sign to add your printer. If you don't have the drivers installed, the system will download the recommended drivers.
Good luck,
Clinton

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