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Head of Library Technology Seattle Pacific University

Windows Wireless Printing

Refer to the CIS HelpDesk’s information page on Windows wireless printing. http://www.spu.edu/cishelpdesk/software/downloadcenter/PCutWin/ Questions or Assistance? Contact the Tech Desk, which provides technology, tools, assistance, and space for students to discover, create, and share. Tech Desk Seattle Pacific University Library, Lower Level … Continue reading

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Mac Wireless Printing

Refer to the CIS HelpDesk’s information page on Mac wireless printing. http://www.spu.edu/cishelpdesk/software/downloadcenter/PCutMac/ Questions or Assistance? Contact the Tech Desk, which provides technology, tools, assistance, and space for students to discover, create, and share. Tech Desk Seattle Pacific University Library, Lower Level 206.281.2211 | … Continue reading

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Desktop Computer Scanning Instructions with Adobe Acrobat Pro (PDF)

The library has a number of desktop computer scanners on the Lower Level. These scanners are great for scanning images and other documents where resolution is important. The scanners are convenient for scanning a few pages. If there is a need for … Continue reading

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Canon Multi-function Device Copying Instructions

The library has three Canon multi-function devices to copy documents. There is one color device on the Lower Level, one black and white device on the Lower Level, and one black and white device on the Main Level. The devices … Continue reading

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​Canon Multi-function Device Scanning Instructions

The library has a Canon multi-function device on the Lower Level, across from the Tech Desk, that digitially scan documents. The device is labeled as PayStation 1 and also serves at the color printer and copier. There is no charge … Continue reading

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