Separate networks with wireless printing

I have a HP Officejet Pro 8600 and it is connected wireless to router in our company.  The office we have is connected to a separate network and I was wondering how to connect to them using the WiFi feature because USB is used for a separate desktop computer. The printer connects to the router, but is unable to use the IP address, because this isn't the same network.

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Hello

They must be on the same network. Option: It is an ePrint printer, you can send (email) to his e-mail address to print file formats supported. Supported file formats:

Microsoft Word
Microsoft PowerPoint
Microsoft Excel (HP highly recommends that preview you documents in Excel before printing)
Text (.txt) files
PDF
HTML
Images (bmp, jpg, png, gif, tiff)

Kind regards.

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