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The University uses a single print queue across all campuses called ‘University Print on site’.To print from a University computer connected to the wired network please follow the steps below:
When sending a job to the printer select ‘University Print’ from the list of printers. For an Office program such as Word this is usually found under File > Print Preview.
To release a print job from your queue you will need to log into one of our Multi-Function Devices (MFDs). To do this hold your staff or student card against the card reader. You should then see a list of the jobs you have submitted, select one, and press Print to release it or select Print all to print all queued jobs.
Please note that all University Print jobs are set to black and white (mono) and double-sided (duplex) by default to reduce paper and toner waste. You can change this in the printer options when sending a job to print. See the print options FAQ for more details.
To print from your own device, you can use our Webprint service. See the Webprint FAQ page for more details.
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