IntroductionThese set of steps are instructions that can helpnavigate the new printing procedures at TSTC.Many new students especially some of the studentsthat are already enrolled, have difficult time printing.This is where these set of instructions come in. I willexplain each step with numbered images and adescription simple and straight to the point. This willmake printing much easier for you.
Requirements Before you start, you need to make sure you: applied at TSTC have access to a TSTC computer have a TSTC I.D. to log in to the computers know your username, password and your social security number
Steps Follow these steps to print and what is required to accomplish it. Step 1: Choosing Print Step 2: Renaming the Document Step 3: Print Release Station Step 4: Choosing your Print Job Step 5: Username and Password Note: The next slides go into more in detail about the steps.
Step 1: Choosing Print1. 1. Go under file then print, another window appears click ok. 2. Click on the print icon. 2. Note: You can choose either 1 or 2 to print.
Step 2: Renaming the Document After print, the CZ Popup window appears. You need to rename the document. Note: If you don’t rename the document, you printing job won’t appear in the print release station. And avoiding confusion with other students printing jobs.
Step 3: Print Release Station • You must go to the main printing computer network. • Also known as the Print Release Station.
Step 4: Choosing Print Job Choose your printing job, click the print icon. Example: on the description choose document then click the print icon.
Step 5: Username and Password Input on the user your full TSTC I.D. number, last four digits of your social security as your password, click ok and you’re done!
ConclusionNow that you read the step by stepinstructions, you can get the idea how toprint. Because I’ve explained all the details Iknow from experience, I hope you will findthese set of instructions useful and easy toread. Thank you for your time.
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