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How can I use wireless printing in the LINK?

Last Updated: Sep 03, 2015  |  836 Views

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LINKprint - Wireless Printing @ theLINK!

Before beginning, make sure you're connected to TSU Wireless and can browse the web.  If you have problems connecting, contact the help desk at 260-665-4275.

Please visit: www.printing.trine.edu and follow the instructions below

You will log in with your user credentials at Trine.

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1. Open any web browser of your choice.
2. Type in “printing.trine.edu” (without quotes) into the URL.
3. Log in with your Trine University credentials.
4. Click “Web Print” on the left hand side.
5. Click “Submit a Job”.
6. Click a printer you want to release your jobs to (preferably the Trine Print Queue). Then click “2. Print Options and Account Selection”.
7. Enter the number of copies you would like. Then click “3. Upload Documents”.
8. Click “Upload from computer” to upload the document that you would like to print. Available file types can be found on that page. Alternatively, you can drag your files onto the box on the webpage. Click “Upload & Complete”.
9. Wait for your job to provide a status. If printing to the Trine Print Queue, it will say “Held in a queue”. You can release your job at any multi-function printer on campus using card swipe.

Problems?  Contact the Help Desk at 260-665-4275 or email help@trine.edu.

Happy printing!

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