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Wireless printing

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24 January 2014
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You can now use your own pc, laptop, phone or tablet to send a file to the printers of the University of Groningen, like the ones in the library. Where in the past you had to be logged on to one of the student computers to print, now you can send print jobs any time and from any place.

What should you do?

All you have to do is browse to myprint.rug.nl. Log on using your student number, upload your file and print it at one of the student printers. Make sure you have enough print credits. If necessary, consult the step-by-step-guide. Your uploaded files will be available for printing for 24 hours, before they are removed from the printing queue.

Apps for iOS and Android

Apps are available for both iOS and Android to send your file to a printer from your phone or tablet. You can download the apps for free by searching for Ricoh myPrint in the App Store or the Play Store.

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