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How to use the PaperCut printing system. Includes instructions for laptop printing.
Last Updated: Jul 9, 2014 URL: http://libguides.monroecc.edu/printing Print Guide RSS Updates

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How to Print and Manage Your Print Jobs

Printing Instructions - $.10 single-sided B&W page, $.75 single-sided color page,
                                   25% discount for B&W duplex printing

1.  When you login to any MCC PC, your printing account balance appears in a popup window in the upper right hand
     corner of the screen.

Image of PaperCut print system account balance window. LEAVE THIS WINDOW OPEN !


2.  To print in the libraries decide whether you want to print in B&W or color by choosing the appropriate printer.
     In other labs, the printer may 
be preselected for you. Options for printers vary from room to room.

3.  When you have requested your first print, you will see a popup message in the bottom right corner of your screen:  

      Image of the PaperCut popup window informing a user that his/her print job is being held in the print queue. 

4. Click on the Details...link in the PaperCut Account Balance window to login to the printing system.
    Login within 100 minutes or your print requests will be deleted.

           Image showing the location of the Details link as it appears in the PaperCut account balance window.  

5. Login using your MCC Student Network Account and Password. Your username is your email address up to @. 
    For example:  jstudent (without @student.monroecc.edu).
      

     Image of the PaperCut login screen.

     Image of PaperCut user navigation menu

6. Select Jobs Pending Release from the navigation bar on the left to see your print requests and release them
    for printing. Check the number of pages and cost are what you expect. Print costs are deducted from your
    printing account.

     Image showing the PaperCut Jobs Pending Release screen.  

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