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Printing, Scanning and Photocopying

How to print, scan and photocopy at the RRC Libraries

Internet Printing

You can print from any device by using the Web Print option from the Papercut website.

  1. Log into HUB

  2. Click “Print Account” Icon of the Print Account app from HUB.

  3. Log in with your HUB username and password

  4. Click on the “Web Print” side menu option
    An image of the Papercut menu on the left side of

  5. Click on the “Submit a Job >>” button
    The submit a job button from the Web Print page of

  6. Select a printer from the list
    Printer selection page showing all the student-accessible printers in the college.

NDC

  • The black and white printers (BITR_PRT3 and BITR_PRT4) are located on page 4

  • The colour printer (NDC_LIB_EQ_Copier) is located on page 5

EDC

  • The Lower Learning Commons printer is located on page 1, where you can select to print on 11 x 17 (one sided) or 8.5 x 11 (one sided or two sided)
  • The EDC Library Reference Area printer is located on page 2, where you can select to print on 11 x 17 (one sided) or 8.5 x 11 (one sided or two sided)
  1. Click the “2. Printer Options and Account Selection >>” button  An image of the Print Options and Account Selection button.

  2. Select how many copies you want to print

    • The Web Print system currently only prints double-sided and does not allow one to choose one-sided, or selected pages

  3. Click the “3. Upload Documents >>” button  An image of the Upload Documents button.

  4. Click the “Upload from computer” button to show the file picker window
    An image of the file picker window, displaying a list of locations on the local computer on the left, a list of dolders on the right, with a file name text box with open and cancel buttons at the bottom.

    • As stated on the screen, the allowable files are in MS Excel, Microsoft PowerPoint, Microsoft Word, Adobe PDF and Image files in a bmp, dib, gif, jfif, jif, jpe, jpeg, jpg, tif and tiff formats

    • If printing from a phone, you will need to save the document in such a way that it can be found when searching your phone's file system.

  5. Click the “Upload & Complete >>” button  An image of the Upload and Complete button.

  6. You can then see as your document is sent to the printer and when completed, how much money was deducted from your print account.
    A screenshot of the results page showing the document as successfully printed, with the file name and cost associated with it

    • Note: If there are any error messages, then you will not be charged for the print job. There is no way to fix the error and you must select a different means on printing (ie: logging onto a library computer lab workstation and printing the document)