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Using Google Cloud Print on Windows and macOS

Using Google Cloud Print on Windows and macOS

How to print

1. Open a web browser and go to

2. Click Sign In Google sign in in the top-right corner, and log in to your University Google account (don't use your personal Google account if you have one).

3. At the Raven login screen enter your CRSid and Raven password, and click Login.

4. When you're logged in, click on the Google Apps iconGoogle Apps iconin the top-right of the screen.

5. Click More at the bottom of the drop-down menu and select Cloud Print  Google Cloud Print icon

6. Select Printers from the left panel. The DS-Print_FindMe print queue should now be visible.

7. Click the PRINT Google print button button in the top-left of the screen and select Upload file to print.

8. In the pop-up window that appears click on Select a file from my computer.

9. Browse to the file you wish to print and double-click on it.

10. Select DS-Print_FindMe from the destinations options. 

11. Make any additional print configuration changes and click Print. Your print job will be sent to the DS-Print_FindMe print queue.

12. You can release the print job using your University card, or CRSid and Raven password, at one of the many MFDs located around the University that use Common Balance print credit. The print job will be charged for at the institution's standard print rate.

If you experience problems in setting it up please contact 

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