SECURE PRINT - Printing Confidential documents- PC and MAC

 

Print (select an E-copy printer with 458e in the name)

Note:  The first instructions are for the PC and the second are for the Mac.

PC PRINTER Properties or Preferences:
On the BASIC tab -   Change OUTPUT METHOD from PRINT, to SECURE PRINT

  • User (Secure Print ID) name can be anything.  Keep it short, like your initials. 
  • The password must be numerical.
  • These can be changed on subsequent print jobs, by selecting USER SETTINGS on the Printer Preferences page.

To retrieve the print job – go to the printer.

  1. Log in on printer as usual - using your ID card or network user id and password.
  2. Select SECURE PRINT Box, then OK.
  3. A keyboard is displayed and you may enter the ID and Password you used.
  4. Your print jobs are displayed. Press SELECT ALL to print all of them then PRINT, START.

Be sure to log out of the Ecopy by pressing the Access button.

PC PRINTING:

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Macbook Secure Printing Instructions

1) Open Word (or Outlook is ok too) because it has full printer options available. 
Click the File menu and select Print.   
We are going to use Word to set up the printer functions and save it as a pre-set. Then this 'pre-set' will be available to other applications like Chrome that do not have full printer options available.
 
2) Choose the printer you want to print to and select Output Method from the 3rd drop down menu.  
Click SEE DETAILS box to see all drop downs if they are not there.  Then select SECURE PRINT.
 
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After you choose Secure Print, you will receive a dialog box asking for a Document ID and a password.
 
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To retrieve the print job – go to the printer.
  1. Log in on printer as usual (using your ID card or network user id and password).
  2. Select SECURE PRINT Box, then OK.
  3. A keyboard is displayed and you may enter the Document ID and Password you used.
  4. Your print jobs are displayed. Press SELECT ALL to print all of them then PRINT, START.
 
Back at your computer:
If everything printed ok - then save the settings as a pre-set. 
Select "Save Current Settings as Preset"  and give it a unique name.
 
 
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Next time you print, you can select these settings from the Presets dropdown menu.
 
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 This preset will be available in other apps, like Chrome and Safari for printing from Spedforms, etc...

 

 

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