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Multifunction Device (MFD) Instructions for Libraries and Labs

The following instructions are also available in a printable PDF handout.

Printing

In the libraries and computer labs around campus, you can print from the public computers available in those spaces to the Multifunction Device (MFD). You can also print from your own computer or device.

Printing has a cost and requires Beak 'Em Bucks. If you need to add funds, please sign in to my.ku.edu and select Services > Recharge your card. Funds may take a few minutes to be available for printing.

Printing from a public computer

  1. Sign in to the computer with your KU Online ID and Password.
  2. When ready to print your file, select print and choose an MFD location.
  3. See the instructions titled "Release your Print Job at the MFD" for next steps.

Printing from your own computer or device

  1. Login in at myprint.ku.edu with your KU Online ID and password.
  2. Select Web Print > Submit a Job.
  3. Select the building where you want to pick up your file.
  4. Specify your printing options and upload the document(s).
  5. Go to any MFD in your chosen building
    Note: print jobs will be held for a maximum of 2 hours.
  6. See the instructions titled "Release your Print Job at the MFD" for next steps.

Release your Print Job at the MFD

  1. Swipe your KU Card to log in, or follow the manual login instructions.
    Manual Login instructions:
    1. Using the keyboard, press Tab and select Username.
    2. Enter your KU Online ID.
    3. Press Tab to advance to Password and enter your online password.
    4. Touch Login on the screen.
  2. Touch Print Release on the screen.
    You will not be charged until completing step 3.
  3. Touch the document file name(s) and touch Print. You can also select Print All to print all documents on the screen.
  4. Touch the Log Out option on the screen.
  5. Collect your printed pages.

 

Copying and Scanning

You can go directly to an MFD if you need to copy or scan a document. There is a cost for copying but scanning is free.

Copying

  1. Swipe your KU Card to log in, or follow the manual login instructions.
    Manual Login Instructions
    1. Using the keyboard, press Tab and select Username.
    2. Enter your KU Online ID.
    3. Press Tab to advance to Password and enter your online password.
    4. Touch Login on the screen.
  2. Select Device Functions > OK Copy on the touchscreen.
  3. Use the functions at the bottom to select options for 2-sided scanning, color, staple (where available), etc.
  4. Touch No. of Sets and choose the number of copies needed. Touch Close.
  5. Place the original document on the glass or in the top feed tray (face up).
  6. Press the blue Start Button.
  7. Remove the originals from the MFD.
  8. To Log Out, press the access button when finished.
  9. Press OK.

Scanning

  1. Swipe your KU Card to login, or follow the manual login instructions.
    Manual login instructions
    1. Using the keyboard, press Tab and select Username.
    2. Enter your KU Online ID.
    3. Press Tab to advance to Password and enter your online password.
    4. Touch Login.
  2. Select an option to receive the file
    1. Choose Email Me to receive an email with the PDF attached.
  3. Use the functions at the bottom to select options for 2-sided scanning, color, etc.
  4. Place the original on the glass or in the top feed tray (face up).
  5. Press the blue Start button.
  6. Enter your KU Online ID and Password using the keyboard.
  7. Remove the original from the MFD.
  8. To Log Out, press the Access button when finished.
  9. Press Ok.

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Need Help with Printing?
  • Ask a staff person for help.
  • Call the KU IT Customer Service Center at 785-864-8080.
  • Email itcsc@ku.edu
  • Visit print.ku.edu for more information.

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