Installing a Public Printer for non-Colby Windows Computer

PaperCut is a printing client for Macs and Windows computers that allows us to queue jobs for printers and allow them to be released at the printer or through a web page. This document describes how to install the client on Mac and Windows computers and how to release jobs via at a printer/MFP as well as a web page.

Windows PaperCut Printing Client Installation for Personally-Owned Computers

  1. Go to the Paper Mobility Print Window client install here
  2. Click download
  3. Find the Mobility Print Installer in your downloads folder and install.
  4. Follow the dialog boxes...
  5. At the end you will be prompted to authenticate. Use your Colby username and password.

To Print...

  1. Print as you would normally to the printer named Colby_Public

To Manage your printing...

  1. Go to and authenticate.
  2. Click on the PaperCut Printing icon and authenticate
  3. In the left-hand pane click on Jobs Pending Release to see jobs that are queued and ready to print

To Release your print jobs...

  1. Go to the web page in Manage Your Printing > Jobs Pending Release
  2. OR
  3. If your desired printer has a touch screen/tap reader, tap your card on the yellow TAP CARD HERE TO COPY/PRINT/SCAN
  4. Tap the PaperCut icon on the screen
  5. Select any job(s) you wish to print
  6. Tap Print

Public Printers and Their Locations

Printer Name Location
MILLER_LIBRARY_1 Miller Library Circulation Area
MILLER_LIBRARY_2 Miller Library Circulation Area
BIXLER_LIBRARY_1 Bixler Art/Music Library Circulation Area
BIXLER_LIBRARY_2 Bixler Art/Music Library Circulation Area


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