Logging in to the photocopier
When you approach the copier and turn it on (with the grey zig-zag button) it should show the following prompt.
Click OK and enter your PIN (annoyingly it provides a full keyboard) Forgot your PIN
The copier will then prompt you to find out what you'd like to to. If you are printing (further instructions below) click "Print&Go" to print out all your pending documents or "Print" to select from a list. To perform other functions click "Copier" which should show the following screen.
Here you can choose to simply copy documents or to scan to email (see below.)
(work in progress)
When printing to the photocopier your prints won't actually get printed out until you log into the photocopier in person.
Connect to \\print.gen.private.cam.ac.uk and double click the Photocopier printer to connect.
The included "Generic" driver allows black & white printing. For colour install pxlmono
. Linked versions tested with 10.6-10.8. Installation is beyond the scope of this document. Use the Sharp MX-4501 driver.
Selecting specific documents
If you choose the "Print" option after logging in and you have any pending jobs you can select and print them here. To delete a document you can click "More"
Then select the job and click "Delete." Unprinted jobs will disappear automatically after an hour or so.
There are a number of options here (If the right hand menu doesn't show click the little <| icon.):
- If you are mailing yourself you can just click "Send e-mail to oneself."
- If you have saved any entries in your address book you can click the magnifying glass to select from there.
- If you are mailing someone else in the University choose "Global Address Search" to search for email addresses.
Choose DEPT to search the departmental directory by first name, or Lookup to search the entire University mail directory by user id. In this example I will be searching for myself from the departmental directory.
Enter a first name and click "Search". A list of matching people and their email addresses should appear.
Click start to scan!
No documents yet. Are they even needed?