How to print
Follow these steps to print your documents.
Tips for printing
- Save your file as a PDF.
- Don't print pages with long file names, eg web pages.
- Save your document onto the desktop or documents folder before sending to print.
Submitting a print job
From a campus computer
After logging into a UTS computer you can send your document(s) to print straight from the application you are using.
For example, using Microsoft Word:
- Click ‘Print’.
- The default printer selected will be either a ‘BLACK’ (black and white) or a ‘COLOUR’ (colour) printer, if either is available.
General Access Computer (GAC) or Lab Computer
Cloud Printing via MyPrint
You can send printable documents directly to the UTS Print Queue via a web page.
- Navigate to myprint.uts.edu.au
- Log in with your student ID number and password.
- Click Select files
- Choose your document to upload, and once uploaded wait for your document to finish processing.
- Go to any print release station or printer with an ID card reader to release your job.
Cloud Printing via email Step 1 (Registration)
REGISTER MY EMAIL
Take me to MyPrint
You can also submit a job for printing to the Cloud Print Queue by email.
- Ensure the attachments you want to print are compatible for printing.
- We recommend that your attachments be Portable Document Format (PDF).
- You must register your email address on the MyPrint Web Portal (See below).
Step 1: Go to the MyPrint web portal and log in using your student ID and password.
Step 2: Click on the ‘Send Email Attachment’ tab.
Step 3: Register your email address by pressing the ‘Select’ button.
Step 4: Type your student email address in the text box.
Step 5 (optional): Click on the ‘Security Key’ button and then type your desired key, which can be any text (E.g; 1234), then click ‘OK’. (Only emails including this key, entered in the subject line will be accepted).
Cloud Printing via email Step 2 (submitting a print job)
Step 1: Login to your student webmail account and create a new message addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Step 2: Attach the document(s) you want to send to Cloud Print Queue.
Step 3: Enter your security key into the subject line if you created one, and then send the message.
Step 4: Return to the MyPrint Web Portal.
Step 5: Click the ‘Current Activity’ tab and you will see your document(s) currently in the Cloud Print Queue.
Releasing a print job
Once you have submitted your print job you can release it from the Cloud Print Queue at a Print Release Station or printer with an embedded ID card reader.
Printer Embedded Release Station
Tap your student ID card on the card reader (if available) at the printer. Release your print job using the instructions and prompts on the screen.
Computer-based release station
Not all printers have the card reader. You can also login to a Print Release Station near the printer.
Step 1: Login using your username and password. Your username is usually your student number. The print job you have already submitted to print can be seen in the Could Print Queue.
Step 2: Click on any file in the Cloud Print Queue and then click ‘Print’ to release the documents.
Adding funds for printing
Recharging funds via MyMonitor Web Portal
Step 1: Login to MyMonitor using your Student ID username and password.
Step 2: Click on the Add Value button to begin adding funds to your MyPrint Account.
Step 3: Select the amount that you want to add to your account, or select ‘Other Amount’ and enter a value in the text box. (Minimum $5.00. Maximum $100.00.)
Step 4: Enter your credit card details, and click ‘Pay’.
Step 5: Once you have paid, your MyPrint account will immediately be topped up and you will receive a receipt, which you can choose to print.
Recharging at a Recharge Station
You will need a valid UTS Student ID card and your bank card. Some recharge stations allow you to use cash.
Step 1: Tap your Student ID card to log in.
Step 2: Follow the onscreen prompts to select the amount to transfer
Step 3: PayWave or insert your bank card to complete the transaction and take your receipt.
EFTPOS and Recharge station locations
- CB5C.01, outside IT Support Centre
- CB06.03.011, DAB Computer Labs
- CB06.00, behind escalators
- CB07.03, security desk