Wireless Printing Now Available

October 2nd, 2018

Wireless Printing Now Available

Description

From a tablet or smartphone

  • Visit your device’s app store and install then launch the PrinterOn App.
  • Once the PrinterOn App has been installed click No Printer Selected.
  • Click Search and enter the library name where you would like to pick up your printed material.
  • Click either Color or Black & White.
  • Choose the type of file to print from your device.
  • The settings button in the top right corner of the screen can be used to change layout and number of copies.
  • Click Print.
  • Enter an email address and click on the checkmark. You will receive a notice that the job started, and shortly after another message stating Job Success.
  • At the Print Release Station in the library, select Release a Print Job.
  • Enter the email address you supplied and select your print job.
  • Print job will begin.

From a desktop or laptop computer

Visit the library location specific webpage to print from a desktop or laptop.

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