PaperCut Web Print PaperCut Web Print feature allows users to print from their own laptops and netbooks. With the Web Print feature, users do not have to install any driver, nor any printer on their personal devices. It uses a simple web interface to submit print jobs without having to use any of the lab computers. (ref: Papercut Online Documentation) No driver/printer installation or configuration is necessary for printing. The section below provides a small tutorial on how to use the PaperCut Web Print feature. Restrictions: PaperCut Web Print is intended for users onsite or near the print release terminals. After 30 minutes, if the job is not printed, it will be automatically cleared from the queue. User must be connected to UC network either through VPN or Securewireless. Only the following types of files are supported by PaperCut Web Print: o pdf o doc, docm, docx, dot, dotm, dotx o pot, potm, potx, ppam, pps, ppsm, ppsx, ppt, pptm, pptx o xlam, xls, xlsb, xlsm, xlsx, xltm, xltx All print jobs submitted should be less than 50 pages (maximum page limit for a job). Users are not able to select specific pages or specific page range for print jobs. How to use PaperCut Web Print Feature: Once connected to UC Network, open up a web browser (IE, FireFox, Chrome, Safari, Opera etc.) and go to the following URL: http://drowningpool.ceas1.uc.edu:9191/app Login with your central login credentials. The PaperCut Web Application will be invoked. Click on Web Print link on the top-left hand corner. Click on Submit a Job link. Select a printer you want to print to and click on ‘2. Print Options and Account Selection‘ button. Type how many Copies you need and Click on ‘3. Upload Document’ button. Click Browse button to select the file you want to print. Click on ‘Upload & Complete’ button. If the job got submitted successfully it will say, “Your document was successfully submitted. See the table below to track its status.” The Status displayed for the job will change from Submitting to Rendering job... to Held in a queue. After print job shows status of ‘Held in a queue”, go to the relevant Print Release Terminal and release the job for print. NOTE: After 30 minutes the job will be automatically removed from the print queue and will be not be retrievable. Quota counts will not be adjusted if print jobs are not retrieved timely.
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