switch and wireless router

I have a switch and then a 4 port wireless router plugged into the switch. All the computers are wired into the switch.
Can I plug a network printer into the wireless router and then access the printer via a computer on the switch?

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I can't see your setup.

As written I can't tell if it's setup for that to work. A little more detail such as:

The internet goes the WAN port and one of the 4 LAN ports goes to the switch.

In that setup, it should work.

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better detail of setup

The Internet goes into the switch, the switch has a wireless/4 portrouter plugged into it. If I plug the printer into a LAN port on the wireless router, but a computer is plugged into the LAN port of the switch, will that work?
Hope this is more clear, and thanks for the reply.

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Then it might work.

I can't guess how you share the internet connection as there is no router. Maybe the internet source is off one of those modem+router boxes. But yes, setup right you can get it to work.

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got it

Yes, it is a router+modem.

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OK. Now I get the full picture.

The second router will be configured as a WAP. If you haven't read how, google this:

How to use a router as a WAP?

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