PaperCut Web Print

Web Printing

Web Printing allows you to upload documents to print when not on a UWRF managed computer, all you need is a web browser and be connected to the Internet.  You can also use Web Printing on any devices with a web browser that allows you to browse for files.  Currently Android phones and Tablets will work, however, iPads and iPhones will not work at this time.

Web Print is currently limited to Microsoft Office File formats (both Windows and Mac) PDFs, and Microsoft XPS formats.  If you need to print a webpage or from another application you can print or save to PDF.

  • Windows: Download CutePDFlink printer and install.  After installation, you should now have a printer available called "CutePDF Writer"  This "printer" works the same as a physical printer.  When you select the "CutePDF Writer" printer, any options you select, such as multiple slides per page from PowerPoint will appear in the PDF with that setting.  This can then be uploaded with the below steps.
  • Mac: OS X supports saving/printing to PDF without additional software.  After clicking print, in the lower left corner select the PDF button and select "Save as PDF"

Open Web Print

After logging into PaperCut, click on the Web Print button on the left menu area

Selecting a printer

Select the printer you would like to print your job to. PaperCut will automatically generate a list of printers that are available.  It is recommended that you use the appropriate PrintAnywhere printer for most printing.

Displays Web Print printers to select

Choosing print options

Next select print options.  Note: You may have different options based on the printer you selected.

Web print options for printing

Uploading the document

Select and upload the document you would like printed.  Note the list of allowed application/file types.  If you need to print a file type not listed, you will need to convert it to a PDF or one of the other supported file times.  You may also print any file time from a Lab computer.

Web print Upload document screen. Will need to note the list of allowed application or file types listed.

Following job progress

You may watch the progress of your job to see when it has started printing. After you have successfully uploaded your document(s) you will need to release your print job within 72 hours.  After 72 hours your print job is deleted from the system and you will need to re-print.  For information on how to release you print job and locations that you can release your print job go to the PaperCut Print Release information page.