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WiFi Printing at the Library: WiFi Laptop Printing Step-by-Step

Print from your Laptop or portable device using Printer On

Laptop Wireless Printing, Step by Step


1.  Connect to the Campus network via Airbears2, eduroam, CalVisitor, VPN or Library workstation.

2. Open your we browser and go to and click on PRINT.





3. Enter your CalNet ID (e.g., jsmith)  or your Guest Card number and click on LOG IN.



4. Click on +Library and select library-wireless.




5. Select a file you wish to print from your computer or key in a web site URL.  Choose the number of copies and number of pages you wish to print and click on CONTINUE.





6.  Select your printing preferences and click CONTINUE.




7. Wait while your print job is being submitted.  It may take up to a minute before the next screen is displayed.





8. Click on the Submit Job to Printer link below the "Time Elapsed" information. It may take more than a minute before the "Complete" screen is displayed.





9. Once you see the  "Complete"  screen, go to a Library print release station and release your print job using your Cal1Card.




Things to be aware of with Laptop wireless printing

1. Only black-and-white printing is available in the current wireless printing configuration.

2. PrinterOn currently only supports document printing for Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Adobe PDF formats. 

3. Wireless printing only supports up to 20 pages per document at this time.

4. There may be some delay after you click on the second SUBMIT and the Submit Job to Printer link.  Don't cancel your print job while you are waiting.

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