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Google Cloud Print
Google Cloud Print
Google Cloud Print
Google Cloud Print
Google Cloud Print
Google Cloud Print
Google Cloud Print
Google Cloud Print
Google Cloud Print
Google Cloud Print
Google Cloud Print
Google Cloud Print
Google Cloud Print
Google Cloud Print
Google Cloud Print
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Misti Shaw, Music & Performing Arts Librarian, and Coordinator of Music Library, DePauw University …

Misti Shaw, Music & Performing Arts Librarian, and Coordinator of Music Library, DePauw University

Google Cloud Print was released in January 2011, and provides some with the ability to print remotely using a mobile phone. This brief presentation will describe what’s required, and the steps necessary to implement.
Project management has become especially important to today’s 21st century librarian.

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  • 1. Google Cloud Print
    Print remotely from your smartphone
  • 2. Do you need that document printed and waiting for you when you arrive? That is one important document! Let's explore what you'll need:
     
  • 3. A computer with:
    • Windows XP, Vista, or Windows 7
        (Sorry Macs, Google says you're coming soon)
     
    • The latest version of Google's browser: Chrome
  •  
    This is key:
    Your computer must be connected to a printer, and your computer must actually be turned on.
    Networked printing is okay
  • 4. Here's what you do:
    install the Chrome browser if you haven't.
    make sure it's the latest beta version
     
  • 5. Open a Chrome browser page, and click on the little wrench
     
  • 6. In the resulting menu, click "Options"
     
  • 7. Your "options" box comes up.Select "Under the hood" tab
     
  • 8. Scroll down, check "Sign into Google Cloud Print"
     
  • 9. This page appears; sign into gmail
     
  • 10. And just like that: you've enabled it
     
  • 11. Open gmail on your phone.
     
  • 12. Open that important email
     
  • 13. Click "print" on that important document
     
  • 14. Select the printer you want
     
  • 15. "Print job added" means it worked!
     
  • 16. When you arrive at the office, that document will be printed and waiting for you.
     

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