Printing at Wolfson

There printing facilities available at two locations in the College. The cost of printing is billed to your Wolfson College account. You require a current university card for this service.

Sending print jobs

From the PCs in the Library

Log into any Library PC with your Oxford SSO account (the same details you use for Nexus 365 email). Load your document (from USB, email or any other method) and print as normal – ensure the selected printer is Library and Lodge queue. Finally, release the job at your chosen printer following the instructions below.

From USB memory directly at the printer-copies

Plugging USB memory directly into the machine enables you to quickly and easily print the files stored in the USB memory without having to use a computer. Because the job prints immediately without needing to be released, there is no opportunity to review the cost – please make sure you are aware of the current cost of printing in the College. The following file types can be printed: PDF, TIFF, JPEG. Files to be printed should be saved no further down than the top 3 folder levels.

1. Tap your University Card at the marked place on the copier, the system will log into your print account.

2. Select Device Functions.

3. Insert your USB storage into the USB port on the right hand side of the copier’s screen.

4. When the machine reads the USB memory, "Removable Memory is recognized. Displaying files. Are you sure?" may appear. Press Yes. If the message does not appear, press Removable Memory.

5. If the file to be printed is in a folder, select the folder and press Open.

6. Tick the box next to the file to be printed and press Print.

7. Select the number of copies, and choose between Colour or Black and White using the buttons below the screen. Other options such as duplexing can be set on the screen. Remember that selecting Black and White and double sided printing will save you money.

8. Press the Start button – printing of the selected file begins.

9. Select Remove Memory and when prompted, unplug your USB device.

Using Web Print

Web Print works by uploading the document to a Wolfson College server and the server using its copy of Word/Excel/etc to print the job. It is a very convenient way to print from your own computer without installing any new software. Occasionally small differences, such as the choice of fonts installed on the server, will mean the printed document is not exactly as you see it on your screen. For this reason, if layout is important, we recommend exporting your file to PDF and then uploading the PDF to Web Print.

1. Save your file (or ideally, export to PDF, see above)

2. Visit https://wolfprint.wolfson.ox.ac.uk and log on with your Oxford SSO account

3. Select Web Print from the menu

4. Select Submit a Job».

5. Select a printer for the type of print job you wish to send. Remember that Monochrome (black and white/greyscale) and double sided printing will save you money. The current charges for printing can be seen by selecting Rates from the menu. Select Print Options and Account Selection» to continue.

6. Confirm how many copies you wish to print, then select Upload Documents».

7. Select Upload from Computer, find the file you wish to print, then select Upload & Complete » to continue.

8. Monitor the resulting page – once your job’s status is Held in a queue, you can proceed to release the job at your chosen printer by following the instructions below.

Setting up Google Cloud Print accounts

1. Visit https://wolfprint.wolfson.ox.ac.uk and log on with your Oxford SSO account

2. Select the Google Cloud Print link from the menu. This will take you to Google’s pages, and you may need to sign in with (or create) a Google account to continue.

3. Click Add Printer to enable printing to Wolfson from your Google Account.

4. The first time you send a print job (see the various ways of doing this in the following sections) the Wolfson system will hold the job and email your Google email address. To complete setting up your Google Cloud Print account with Wolfson’s printing system you will need to consent to our storing your Google email address, by following the included link. 

5. Account linking is now complete, and jobs sent from Google Cloud Print will be queued at the printer-copiers. You can proceed to release the job at your chosen printer following the instructions below.

Google Cloud Print from Google Chrome on Windows, Macs or other devices

1. Set up your Google Cloud Print account with the Wolfson Printing system by following the instructions above.

2. On your computer, open Chrome.

3. Open the page, image or file that you want to print.

4. Click and then Print. Or, use a keyboard shortcut:

  • Windows & Linux: Ctrl + p
  • Mac: ⌘ + p

5. Confirm the Destination is Wolfprint System. If not, click Change.

6. Change any print settings that you want.

7. When ready, click Print.

8. Release your print job by following the instructions below.

Google Cloud Print from Android

First set up your Google Cloud Print account with the Wolfson Printing system by following the instructions on "Setting Up Google Cloud Print Accounts". Next, confirm that Cloud Print is installed on your phone:

1. Open your device’s Settings .

2. Under “System,” select Printing. If you don’t see Printing, download and install the Cloud Print app from the Google Play Store.

Once Cloud Print is installed:

1. Open the page you want to print in its app (Photos, Chrome, etc).

2. On the app, tap Options.

  • On Chrome, tap Share Print.
  • On other apps, tap Print. \

3. Confirm the Destination is Wolfprint System. If not, click to change.

4. Change any print settings that you want.

5. When ready, click the Print icon.

6. Release your print job at the printer-copier by following the instructions below.

Google Cloud Print from Windows

To send print jobs from Windows to Google Cloud Print

1. Set up your Google Cloud Print account with the Wolfson Printing system by following the instructions on "Setting up Google Cloud Print accounts".

2. Download and install the Cloud Print Driver from https://tools.google.com/dlpage/cloudprintdriver

3. Open your document and print from the application as usual.

4. Ensure the printer selected is Google Cloud Print and click Print.

5. Google Chrome will open and ask you to select which Google Cloud Printer option to use – make sure you select Wolfprint System

6. From the next window, chose your print options, and click Print.

7. Release your print job at your chosen printer-copier by following the instructions below.

Releasing print jobs

Releasing print jobs

The following are the charges for printing in college: 

   Paper Size    

    Monochrome     

      Colour         

 1-sided 

 2-sided 

 1-sided 

 2-sided 

A4

4p

7p

16p

28p

A3

8p

14p

32p

56p

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