Wireless Printing at U of T


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Description

Wireless printing from your laptop is available at some campus libraries when you are connected to the UofT Campus Wireless Network (UTORcwn). You will need to set up one (or more) of the available printers on your computer. You retrieve your printout at the location you specified and pay for it using your TCard. These articles will help you set up and use these printers, as well as answer questions you may have about the service in general.

Setup and Use

Wireless printing instructions for Windows — These instructions cover how to install the printer drivers on Windows (Vista, 7, 8, and 10). These instructions work for both 32-bit and 64-bit operating systems.

Wireless printing instructions for Mac OS X — These instructions outline setting up wireless printing  to various locations across the St. George campus on Mac OS X 10.7 or greater. 

General Information

Printing without a wireless connection — This article provides information on how to print remotely without being connected to the campus wireless network.

Does wireless printing cost more? — This article covers the cost of wireless printing.

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Last update:
2017-02-14 09:49
Author:
Luke Sutherland
Revision:
1.12
Average rating: 1 (2 Votes)

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