6.2. Printing at JPS (for the new system)
Printing at JPS (for the new system)
Here's a quick guide that will help you troubleshoot or setup your printing at JPS. If printing doesn't work, make sure all of these steps are completed.
- Make sure you're on the Bonjour WiFi network.
- Log in to enterprise connect. To find this app, go to Finder (usually bottom left of screen)> Applications> Enterprise Connect (you may have to scroll down the list a bit)
- Your username will be the first letter of your first name, followed by your last name (ex: ksmith), similar to your email.
- Your password is your 4 digit code. (It may ask you to make a new password, and you can do so as long as it has letters and numbers in it)
- A black key logo with a circle should now appear in the top right area of your screen.
- Print to your chosen printer. (ignore steps below if printing to a 5300 machine)
- If you're printing to a copy machine, select "JPS Ricoh/Canon Follow Me Q" as the printer (Ricoh or Cannon based on the brand of printer). Then, set it to print in black and white, if not, your print job won't go through. To set this up quick, follow this guide.
- Now go to the copy machine and enter your 4 digit code. Click release print job, and select the jobs you want to print.
- If you still can't print after following all of these steps, restart your computer. This fixes 90% of printing issues.
Other Printer Features
The following guide is designed to help you select various printing options when printing to the Canon
and Ricoh devices throughout the Jenison Public Schools district. In the past, the work process was to
print a set of documents at a printer, and then go to the copier and make the sets for the class with any
features you may want, such as two-sided printing, stapling and punching.
Going forward you can print sets of documents to the large multifunction printers such as the Canon
8595 and Ricoh 7503 systems with those options selected as part of the print job – a real time saver!
Another great time-saving tip is to learn to use presets in your print dialog window.
See the attached PDF for more info!