At a library PC
To print, use the File > Print option as usual and you’ll see that EFI PrintMe is automatically selected. Check the number of copies and other settings.
After sending a document to print, you’ll see a PrintMe screen. You’ll be asked for an email address but you can click Skip as you don’t need to enter one when printing from a library PC.
When your document has been successfully sent for printing, you’ll see a code on the PC screen. Make a note of this as you’ll need this code to retrieve your document.
Now you’ll need to go to either of the library student printers and use the self-service controller to retrieve your printing. Read below for how to do this.
At a library printer
Go to the controller screen on one of the library printers and choose ‘Print’, then click ‘PrintMe’.
Type in the retrieval code you noted or had emailed to you. You can also scan the barcode from the retrieval code message.
Select the document you want to print by tapping it on screen.
Choose your number of copies, paper size, whether you want black-and-white or colour and double or single sided. You can even select which pages of the document you’d like to print but the default is to print all pages.
The options you’ve selected and the cost of the job appear on screen. Please check carefully before clicking ‘Print’ as we can’t refund mistakes.
If you need to change any settings, click ‘Back’. Click ‘Cancel’ to stop.
Once your document has printed, you can click ‘Do More Work’ to continue with other jobs. Otherwise, click ‘End Session’. It’s important to click ‘End Session’ so you don’t end up paying for other people’s copying or printing!