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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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    Google Cloud Print Google Cloud Print Presentation Transcript

    • Google Cloud Print
      Print remotely from your smartphone
    • 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:
       
    • 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
    • Here's what you do:
      install the Chrome browser if you haven't.
      make sure it's the latest beta version
       
    • Open a Chrome browser page, and click on the little wrench
       
    • In the resulting menu, click "Options"
       
    • Your "options" box comes up.Select "Under the hood" tab
       
    • Scroll down, check "Sign into Google Cloud Print"
       
    • This page appears; sign into gmail
       
    • And just like that: you've enabled it
       
    • Open gmail on your phone.
       
    • Open that important email
       
    • Click "print" on that important document
       
    • Select the printer you want
       
    • "Print job added" means it worked!
       
    • When you arrive at the office, that document will be printed and waiting for you.