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This document explains the process for using Web Print to submit a job to the print release stations.

SGPS students and facilitators cannot use web print.

Note: You MUST be on campus and connected to the network in order to submit a print job. 

Step 1: Log-in to the PaperCut web interface at http://ecpaper:9191 or at At the log-in prompt enter your jaynet username and password and press Log in.
PaperCut login screen
Step 2:After logging in, you'll see the dashboard for PaperCut including the summary of your campus printing.  To access the Web Printing feature, click on Web Print in the left menu.
The PaperCut dashboard
Step 3: To upload a new file for printing, click on Submit a Job >>.
Step 4: On the next screen you can change the number of copies you wish to make as well as select the account you would like to charge the job to.  If you are printing this document for yourself, select the Personal Account option.  If you are printing on behalf of a department, you can select their account from the drop-down list.  After selecting your options, press the Upload Document >> button to continue.
Step 5:Now you can upload the file you wish to print.  Press the Upload from computer button or drag files into the Drag files here window.
Step 6:In the pop-up window, navigate to the file you wish to print and press Open.
File selection window with a sample document selected
Step 7: You'll now see the name of the document you are printing above the Drag files here window.  If you need to change the file, you can press Choose File again.  Otherwise, press Upload & Complete >>.
Step 8:Your file will now be uploaded to the server.  The status next to your print job will start off as Submitting.  Depending on the size of the file, it may take a few minutes for your file to be rendered.  You do not need to wait for this process to complete.
Step 9:Once the rendering process is completed, you will see "Held in a queue" under status.  This means the job is ready to be released at any of the print release stations on campus.
Once submitted, print jobs will be held in the print release queue for 24 hours.

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